Wisteria

Lounging languorously over a fence or pergola the flowing vine has a wonderful perfume that draws you in.

Before we write about the second artisan of Daglan, I just had to post a few pictures of the gorgeous wisteria of Daglan and Sarlat which flowers in the springtime and is just coming into full bloom. The flowers of which can be purple, violet, pink or white.

Wisteria originates from the legume family, Fabaceae (Leguminae) that includes ten species of woody climbing vines which are native to China, Korea and Japan.

I believe the pictures speak for themselves.

This pictures was taken in Sarlat Medieval Quarter, truly magnificent.
 

An amazing display of colour, showcasing the entrance to Daglan village.
 

Arching over one of the gates to a property (that is for sale) in Daglan.
 

Pretty in pink. The wisteria is ideal for climbing over a pergola and hanging down over a seated area so that you can smell the wonderful perfume.

Next blog will be – The Artisan hat maker of Daglan

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