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Wisteria

plant genus in legume family Fabaceae; contains glycoside wistarin, plus a lectin; causes diarrhea, abdominal pain, vomiting. Called also wisteria, a popular garden plant. Includes W. sinensis.
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A spokesman for West Midland Police said at the time: "Officers have spoken to one of the victims about a complaint made in 1998, which was not connected to Wisteria Lodge - we have apologised for how that complaint was dealt with by officers in the 1990s.
He grabbed hold of a wisteria vine that had worked its way onto the porch and pulled himself into his longed-for deliverance.
County planning authorities had been analyzing the land-use rules for many islands off the Keys, comprising Wisteria Island and Ballast Key off Key West, Little Palm Island off Big Pine Key and Tarpon Belly Key off Cudjoe Key.
The people who live in Wisteria Park applaud the community for its quality, beauty, and diversity.
With her looks she could cause some real trouble in Wisteria Lane.
Susan has a new man who she's keeping under wraps; Gaby is questioning her abilities as a mum; Bree is on the verge of publishing her own cookbook as business partner, Katherine, grows envious; Lynette catches her teenaged twins spearheading illegal activities; and Edie returns to Wisteria Lane in jaw-dropping fashion with a new man in tow
There are about six species of wisterias, the most popular being wisteria floribunda, the Japanese wisteria, and wisteria sinensis, the Chinese wisteria.
Wisteria Cottage, in the equally prettily-named Rosemary Lane in the Shropshire village of Leintwardine, could hardly be further removed from New World small town chic - but idyllic it certainly is
You don't have to import non-native species whose appropriateness in this bio-region might be questionable; perhaps the exotic plants won't thrive in our moist climate or perhaps they will thrive too well and invade upon natural habitat spaces, as was the case with Asian bittersweet, Japanese honeysuckle, Chinese wisteria, English ivy, and (need I mention it?
Of course, you could just record the show while you're out and about--but the one thing TiVo can't do is whip up the resort's Desperation Daiquiris and Wisteria Martinis