Wisteria in the Morning Light
Typically people consider the blossoms the most important part of the wisteria vine when it blooms in the spring. This vine is about 20 years old. I had to move it one year long ago, and it spent a winter with its root ball wrapped in a plastic bag, laying in my torn up garden. I replanted it in the early spring half expecting it to not make it. Over the years it grew vigorously, becoming part of the structure of the arbor that it lives on and providing a beautiful cascade of flowers every spring.
This morning I was looking at it and saw the newly emerged leaves in the morning light casting shadows on one another. I think they are as beautiful as the flowers.
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