Message you could write in Blue Moon Wisteria Tree card:
- The show-stopper Wisteria reminds me of you.
- We were meant to be.
- You’re barking up the right tree this time.
- I fall for you every day.
- I’d choose you again and again.
- Stay with me until the end of time.
- Love isn’t complicated, people are.
- Friendship is like a sheltering tree.
- Promises are the sweetest lies.
- Buy one, get one tree.
- I can’t stop dreaming about you.
- Someone is sitting in the shade today, because someone planted a tree years ago.
- Leaf us alone.
Trivia: A wisteria tree planted in 1894 by William and Alice Brugman in Sierra Madre, California now weighs more than 250 tons, and is more than one acre in size and has become one of the seven horticultural wonders of the world. It is named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest blooming plant in the world, and is the star of Sierra Madre’s annual Wisteria Festival.
The Blue Moon Wisteria tree is a stunning climbing plant that has amazing lavender flowers in spring, with almost 100 flowers clustered in huge, foot-long hanging tendrils. A plant in full bloom is a remarkable garden feature. Unlike other kinds of wisteria, this plant is very hardy and will bloom even in the coldest states – in fact it usually blooms again in summer and often also in early fall, making it far superior to regular wisteria. It makes a large vine up to 25 feet long, so it should be grown on a strong pergola or arbor of a suitable size. The dark-green foliage is almost ferny in appearance and it makes an attractive plant, even when not blooming.
See also: Cherry Tree in Bloom pop up card.
Blue Moon Wisteria Tree quote:
The wisteria was also fierce in its growth, even reaching out from the brick walls to the railing of the rear balcony and finding its way up to the roof. I could never quite take for granted the lush flowers of New Orleans. Indeed, they filled me with happiness whenever I stopped to really look at them and surrender to their fragrance, as though I still had the right to do so, as though I still were part of nature, as though I were still a mortal man. — Anne Rice