Nothing that you see here was planted. At least not by us. It was planted by the original homesteaders of this land over 120 years ago. Originally there was a farmhouse here on this little knoll behind our house. The wisteria wrapped around a porch that surrounded the front and side of the house. It was huge then and if I can locate an old photo we have, I will post it.
In addition to the wisteria, there are privet hedges still standing here and there, calla lilies, narcissus, naked lady lilies, many walnut, oak seedlings and huge trees. There used to be an entire orchard in the distant pasture but they’ve all fallen over in recent years, tho we do still see an apple on the old tree. I believe it’s called a “Lady Apple”. Years ago they were small but very sweet! And very buggy!
The tree which moves some to tears of joy
is in the Eyes of others only a Green thing that stands in the way.
Some see Nature all ridicule and deformity,
and by these I shall not regulate my proportions;
and some scarce see Nature at all.
But to the Eyes of the Man of Imagination,
Nature is Imagination itself.