This print is created in an art workshop, signed, numbered and limited to 150 prints, from an original botanical watercolor. Glycine did not arrive in Europe until the late nineteenth century. The " glycine " comes from a greek word that evokes the sweetness of her perfume. In the Chinese language of flowers, the wisteria symbolizes the sweetness of friendship. But growing glycine is first wound like a snake around the support near which it grows and it then imprisoned when his arm became strong ... So, after twenty to thirty years, his gnarled trunks come to the end of stronger bars and pitons steel.