And Susan leaves wisteria Lane to help her daughter, Julie, raise her baby.
What happened on wisteria Lane in its eighth season just could not compete with that reality.
Over the fronts of many of them climbed clematis and wisteria.
The night bore jonquils in her hands and wore a spray of wisteria in her hair.
These fireworks represented different scenes in the history of China, grape vines, wisteria blossoms, and many other flowers.
The modern Japanese wisteria workbaskets for ladies have one or more Swastikas woven in their sides or covers.
He taught us not to be so ignorant as to call them lilies, just as he taught us not to say 'wisteria.'
It had a wide bertha, cuffs and over panels of wisteria panne velvet.
The dress worn is of ancient type and bears the wisteria crest of the Hasaga temple.
wisteria is planted for the trellis over the terrace on the west side of the house to shield it from the afternoon sun.
1819, formed by Thomas Nuttall, English botanist, in recognition of American anatomist Caspar Wistar (1761-1818) of Philadelphia. The -e- apparently is a misprint.