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MY pennsylvania winters would stop the Bunny COLD..
I love any flower thats purple. Would this plant do well in zone 4?
Petunia this plant has killed almost every tree in the country here.It can be kept trimmed but if you don't it goes back to the wild its almost down to my brothers and jubabes now.It is a beautiful flower and smells wonderful.But it only turns brown in the winter and it comes right back bigger and strongerand faster growing.Roundup wont kill it.
What some have too much of, others would dearly like to have. We've got too cold a climate for those lovelies.
Glenda, I didn't know they killed trees. I know they grow wild in trees. Mine is on a trellis, and if it is not cut back every 2 weeks, I guess it would 'kill' my house !!!!!! They are still pretty !
Yes,just beautiful blooms and smell,but can chock a tree to death.
Thank you for posting the picture . . . I love Wisteria also . . . I knew of a man from Southwestern Virginia who brought the seeds of a wisteria vine back from a place he was working at in South Carolina, and planted the vine on a trellis at the end of his porch . . . He has been dead for close to 100 years . . . the vine rambles on in the summer . . . providing shade, fragrance, and seclusion through the summer months, and dies back during the harsh winter months . . . I remember sitting in the swing in the moonlight . . . surrounded by its heavy fragrance during the summer . . . it was heavenly . . . More power to your vine . . .
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