The Great Wisteria Plant.
At 144 years of age, this woody climbing vine embodies one of the most important characteristics of the wisteria. Its vines cover 1,990 square meters in the Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi, Japan.
Wisteria blooms in mid-late spring with beautiful, violet-blue or lavender blooms that fill the garden with their sweet, sweet scent. Although you can grow wisteria easily, you should use caution with it, since it can quickly overtake all other plants without proper care.
In the Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi, Japan, there is a beautiful wisteria tree. It is often referred to as the most beautiful tree in the world. Currently, this tree is Japan’s oldest and largest tree. The historical significance of this tree attracts many tourists and even locals to visit the park just to admire this amazingly beautiful tree.
1870 is the original year when the tree was planted. Now that the tree is 144 years old, it needs support beams under its branches to stay up. Additionally, the beams make the tree seem like a flower umbrella with all pink tones enveloping those standing beneath it. During mid-April and mid-May is the best time to visit the park if you want to see these colourful blossoms on the tree.
It Is The Largest Wisteria In Japan At 144 Years Old.
Stunning sunset pictures in Japan are actually pictures of the biggest wisteria plant in the country.