• fragrant
  • In general, Old Garden roses of European or Mediterranean origin are once-blooming woody shrubs, with notably fragrant, double-flowered blooms primarily in shades of white, pink and crimson-red. (wikipedia.org)
  • bonsai
  • Though it has never been favored in many gardens for this characteristic, many bonsai artists employ American wisteria for its manageably-sized flowers, and it is charming as a woodland flowering vine. (wikipedia.org)
  • shrubs
  • Spectacular mass plantings of bulbs, annuals and perennials, flowering trees and shrubs, and an extensive collection of woody plants. (visitnc.com)
  • garden
  • A garden providing a sensory experience employing scent, sound and touch for sighted and visually impaired persons. (visitnc.com)
  • known
  • Rhizobium radiobacter, previously known as Agrobacterium tumefaciens and commonly as Crown Gall, is a soil-borne bacterium that occasionally infects wisteria, causing abnormal growths or swellings on the roots or stems. (wikipedia.org)