My Favorite Thing about April in Rome

What is it about April in Rome? What makes it the most perfect month to enjoy this incomparable city?

I can sum it up in one word, one smell, one color, one single flower dripping languidly from the vine.

Wisteria.

Or, in Italian, glicine.

 Sunny wisteria in Trastevere. © Tiffany Parks

Sunny wisteria in Trastevere. © Tiffany Parks

 Wisteria Vicolo del Piede Trastevere. © Claudio Ianniello

Wisteria Vicolo del Piede Trastevere. © Claudio Ianniello

 Wisteria on a street lamp. © Claudio Ianniello

Wisteria on a street lamp. © Claudio Ianniello

 Wisteria in Trastevere. © Tiffany Parks

Wisteria in Trastevere. © Tiffany Parks

 Wisteria on Via Giulia. [ Source ]

Wisteria on Via Giulia. [Source]

 Wisteria at Rome's Hotel Raphael. [ Source ]

Wisteria at Rome's Hotel Raphael. [Source]

 Wisteria in the Roman Forum. [ Source ]

Wisteria in the Roman Forum. [Source]

 Wisteria in Rome. [ Source ]

Wisteria in Rome. [Source]

This is the singular reason why April is my favorite month in Rome. (The fact that the weather is warm but not yet scorching is another reason, I must admit.) What is your favorite month here? And why? Do you, like me, have a weakness for this voluptuous and transient blossom?