Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola: Wisteria
It’s Day 117 in the 120 Days of Crayola Challenge and I’ve been looking forward to the color, Wisteria! At the edge of the woods climbing way up to the tippy-top of the branches, is a massive Wisteria! I’ve been waiting for just the right bloom day to take a picture so I could post it for the color in the challenge! Wisteria seems to just look for something to climb on and finds it even in the woods! Enjoy the color of the day!
Wisteria has been part of the Crayola Collection since 1993. It is also known as Coral Purple in the “Discovery” series and Fruited Plains in the “State Crayon Collection.”
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7 Responses to “Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola: Wisteria”
Wow, what beautiful blossoms and impressive plant!
Ah, the south!
It was a good year for it! The wisteria was everywhere but this is where I always look for it !
Lovely colour and lovely photos. It’s amazing to find a wisteria growing wild like that. You only usually see the cultivated, trained ones here, clinging to the fronts of houses.
Here they are everywhere clinging to the trees!
Wonderful – I have never seen one in the woods before. I would love to grow one, but think it is a bit chilly here.
I LOVE Wisteria. I have always wanted to plant one in my yard but I don’t have the right spot.
I feel the same way so I always look for them in the woods!