Wisteria at the Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan - color - purple
Wisteria in Ashikaga Flower Park, in the Tochigi Prefecture, Honsyu, Japan - The oldest wisteria tree is 100 years old and its branches are supported with beams to create a huge flower umbrella.
The Wisteria is one of the most beautiful flowering plant on our planet. They are climbing plants with sweet grape scented flowers and flowers mostly in spring season. They are seen in China, Korea, Japan and parts of United States.
Honshu Island Japan
Ashikaga Flower Park, Japan - The Japanese love flowers, and wisteria are among their favorites. Wisteria (known as fuji in Japan) is said to be one of the archipelago's most ancient noted flowering trees, even being described in the collected poems of the Man'yoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves). One of the best places to view fuji flowers is the Ashikaga Flower Park in Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture. Ashikaga Flower Park features lots of blue, white and pink fuji.