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The wisteria is in the back.


By Aleyna

The wisteria is in the back. (Wisteria sinensis (Chinese wisteria))

Took this picture of the pineaple and the blueberry i have in my balcony... my garden is my balcony :)

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Looks like you make very good use of your balcony.
Even room for a cat?
Is that yours too? :o)

7 Oct, 2008


Hi Aleyna, welcome to GOY!

7 Oct, 2008


Hi welcome to GOY whats the pussy cats name.

7 Oct, 2008


Well we have some plants in common. I have Wisteria and Blueberry in my garden, but Pineapple not.

7 Oct, 2008


Hi, thanks for the welcomings... I'm glad I found this site. The cat name its formaly "Norway Galladriel" as named by the breeder... we call her Dora.. she is a meanie lady.

7 Oct, 2008


I bet your "meanie lady" Dora is truly a - dora - ble ! :o)

8 Oct, 2008


Yes!! I did eat the pineaple, and it was delicious :o)!!!
Sunny all afternoon from 2pm till sunset.

8 Oct, 2008


Yes she is a-dora-ble .. when she wants !!! hehe

8 Oct, 2008


Great balcony. How fun to have a place to grow pineapple!

10 Oct, 2008


Wisteria makes very beautifull flowers, I planted one in my tiny fornt garden but still young and didn't flower yet.

30 Oct, 2008


Oh oh Ualda, mine its about 5 yo, and i bought it with flowers, but since then it never bloom again :'(

2 Nov, 2008


Love your balcony garden.

13 Nov, 2008


Thanks Gardengnome

13 Nov, 2008


sua wisteria ja deu flor? tenho uma q faz um anos mas ainda nao deu flores...

23 Mar, 2009


no :( it didnt... I bought it with flowers, but it never bloomed again...
I already tried all suggestions... my last question was for a lady who made a drastic cut on hers and had a beatiful effect ... check on Fleurdemai pictures... hers is a stunning plant... a wall of purple wisteria....

23 Mar, 2009


I could never imagine growing a Pineapple on any of my balconies! I thought I was seeing things at first & had to have a closer look! Certainly it would be impossible here in the UK! It might have been possible in Spain though.

I have grown tomatoes & strawberries on my balconies & even potatoes one year! I tried to grow sweet peppers but I think I sowed the seed too late in the year & although they produced flowers we never did get any fruit.

I didn't think you could grow Wisteria in a pot! As they make enormous plants over the years I thought they could only be grown in the ground.

Live & learn! :-)

12 Dec, 2009


Hey there Balcony,
I guess thats what the wisteria is trying to tell me... "move me to the ground"!!!
And it is exactly what i'll do as soon as I finda a nice place to move it...

one can't have everything.... right?

13 Dec, 2009


Unfortunately we can't! We can't have our cake & eat it as we say here! :-(

14 Dec, 2009


good one.. thanks for the "saying", sometimes I just translate right away the sayings from my language... wil remember yours :o)

15 Dec, 2009

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