Old Japanese wisteria looks like a pink sky

It isn’t a carpet of pink clouds – it’s the biggest Japanese wisteria (144 years). This plant grows in the flower park of Ashikaga in Japan. Of course, it isn’t the biggest tree in the world, but still, it extends over 1,990 square meters.

You can’t realize it at first sight but actually this tree has a vine structure. There is a possibility that the vines can be very heavy, the whole structure of this plant is kept on the steel supports, that allows visitors to walk under the canopy of pink and purple colors.

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