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Friday, May 3, 2013

Does anyone else do this?

Any time I have a vine, I am more than likely going to to do some 'art' with it.  I love to wind them together and watch them grow.  This wisteria vine was no exception.

11 comments:

Jori said...

Great idea! I need to try that! Looks so pretty!

DeniseinVA said...

That's a beautiful photo Rose, you have a good eye for photography. There is a lot of beauty in that vine.

don said...

An interesting extra thing to do with your plants. It's also a creative outlet. Nice shot of this one.

TexWisGirl said...

that is so cool! can't say i've ever done it!

Leave It To Davis said...

Oh, wisteria is so pretty!!! I tried to grow it once, but apparently it doesn't like chain link fence. It burned up...maybe it's our drought it doesn't like.

Susan said...

Now that is awesome! Never thought of doing that!

Ginny said...

Good grief, you really knotted it!! A good and an unusual picture, now I want to see the flowers later. Yes, we have a huge wisteria tree that Phil made by twisting a vine around the clothes line pole.

Sandra said...

i have never done this because i never had a vine to do it with. i love the vine and the photo

barbara l. hale said...

I love wisteria vines. I think it is amazing how they manage to tie themselves up like that. Cool pic!

Judy said...

Never have done it, but that is sooooo cool! I got the tossed nine patch top done I just haven't had time to put it together. I had to get a baby quilt done ASAP for a baby shower tomorrow in Illinois.

EG CameraGirl said...

I wish I could grow wisteria here! We are one growing zone too cold.

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