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Wisteria frutescens


Grows on the chain link fence in front of the house. This plant is native to the southeastern U.S. including the eastern part of Texas. It may have been planted by the previous owner of the house. If so, it would have been at least a decade or so ago. We don't do anything to care for it. We just admire and appreciate its beauty and fragrance. It almost died off in the bad drought of 2011, with just a small part surviving, but with this year's rains, it has been thriving and growing a great deal.

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Brenda Hoffman
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Brenda Hoffman

Texas, USA

Spotted on Apr 19, 2015
Submitted on Jun 12, 2015

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