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Heaven. Kawachi Fuji Garden, Japan.

Wisteria Tunnel, Kawachi Fuji Garden, Kitakyushu, Japan So Beautiful & Purple is my favorite color!

Wisteria Bridge, Japan

(Wisteria Bridge, Kyoto, Japan) Well, Bennett and Rieder Bennett how did we miss this? Guess we'll have to start planning a second trip including a pit stop in Kyoto ;

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Pink and lavender wisteria. Beautiful stuff, but don't plant it too close to the house or the roots might mess with your underground pipes.

Would your mood elevate when you these beautiful flowers blossoming in your garden.

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Wisteria - one of my favourite plants

i want things that smell nice :: they come as trees or vines :: wall of wisteria

see the spectacular tunnel of wisteria blossoms at the kawachi fuji gardens, fukuoka in japan

Tunnel of wisteria blossoms, Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Fukuoka, Japan Amazing!

Nous connaissons la force des japonais pour la beauté et l’entretien de leurs jardins, voici un époustouflant exemple à Kitakyushu situé à 4 heures de Tokyo. Ce tunnel de glycines est composé de 20 espèces différentes offrant au visiteur une plongée dans un univers magique et multicolore. Plus

Tunnel de glycines au Japon

Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Kitakyushu, Japan is where you will find this pastel-colored fairytale Wisteria flower tunnel. The gardens are home to about 150 Wisteria.

Ashikaga Flower Park, Japan

Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi Japan This plant, a wisteria, is a vine. Notice the grid work up above that the plant was trained on. This vine will pull down a brick wall so don't plant it against your house.

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