Take a Look at Japan’s Largest Wisteria Plant
August 22, 2014 | by Genevieve Baxa

For nature lovers, this large Wisteria plant in Japan is definitely a reason to visit.

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These photographs show the large plant, which covers 1,990 square meters of Ashikaga Flower Park. It dates back to around 1870.

Wisteria plants are actually not trees; they are vines.

These vines have a tendency to get heavy, so steel bars were placed to hold up the vines.

It is also best to see it at night because it looks like pink and purple Christmas lights adorning the whole flower park.

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Genevieve Baxa

Genevieve Baxa

Genevieve Baxa is a college student living in the Philippines. She has a great passion in writing, especially in writing short stories. This unpredictable lady loves everything about East Asia. She is enthralled by the culture and fashion of these countries. She also loves everything about children; teaching them; taking care of them; and playing with them. In addition to that, Genevieve especially loves to go on Mission Trips and serving different kinds of people. Above everything else, she is a lady who fears her God.
Genevieve Baxa
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