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Divinely beautiful Ashikaga Flower Park

Divinely beautiful Ashikaga Flower Park

Divinely beautiful Ashikaga Flower Park

Divinely beautiful Ashikaga Flower Park
Vibrant blue and purple colors of wisteria attract visitors and photographers to Japanese Ashikaga Flower park. The park, in particular, is home to hundreds in its 10,000 square foot vine grove. According to those who visited the park in May, the beauty and immense number of vines, just blew them away. Held up by special poles, thye allow the plants to climb upwards. Most people react in surprise when they see the Wisteria, as at first sight you wouldn’t guess it were a real plant. Indeed, it’s hard to take your eyes off the wisteria when you’re standing in the fairy-tale environment.

Ashikaga Flower Park

Blue and purple colors of wisteria attract visitors and photographers to Japanese Flower park Ashikaga

The park contains a 10,000 square foot wisteria grove which visitors can walk through with the plant dangling overhead.

These breath-taking photographs show how the vines range through a spectrum of colors from white, light pink, purple and red. The hanging wisteria is so thick in some parts of the Japanese park it is impossible to see through it. Wisteria vines normally grow along walls but with pruning and the use of special poles to hold up the branches, they can be manipulated into tree shapes. The park is home to hundreds of these spell-binding trees, ranging from shrubs, draped wisteria, to 260-foot-long tunnels and are said to be the most beautiful wisterias in the world. One of the largest wisterias, known as a ‘Fugi Tree’ in Japan, has been growing for 100-years, and forms a living umbrella of leaves over visitors.

Divinely beautiful Ashikaga Flower Park

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