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  1. #1
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    Default Wisteria in full bloom March 07, 2009

    An image from the distance:


    A close up with one happy bee: ( So many flowers and not much competition.)

    It was 72 degrees F today!
    Enjoy,
    Ernie
    Ernie
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    Big Grin

    sure rub it in while were still in a freezer in north . nice pics you son of a

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    Wow! My wisteria has no leaves. I usually get blossoms in late May. *dreaming*
    “The keeping of bees is like the direction of sunbeams.” -Henry David Thoreau

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEES4U View Post
    An image from the distance:
    What a beautiful sight Ernie. Thanks.

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    Default What a beautiful sight Ernie. Thanks.

    I wanted to hide the service pole!
    Mocking Birds make a nest in the top.
    Ernie
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    Default sure rub it in while were still in a freezer in north

    Hey COMB,
    It gives you something to look forward to like a harbinger of Spring.
    Ernie
    Ernie
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    yes cant wait just havin fun

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    Default just havin fun

    What is your first pollen supply.
    Willows?
    Ernie
    Ernie
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    Wisteria
    loves to be cut back ,the more you cut it the happier it is
    cut in late fall to early spring
    the flowers grow on the new groth
    I use I think its called (root tone )it comes in a white bag with flower on it it is made by the same people who make holly tone. if you use it this year you will see the diff next year
    for my tree it made the flowers larger and darker blue
    when i get my scanner working i will post a pic of my Wisteria
    Good luck
    Neal

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