The Dazzling Japanese Wisteria Flowers Are In Full Bloom Now
The Japanese Wisteria is a lovely purple and white flower that cascades down beautifully.
It’s a plant that can grow up to three feet in length. The Japanese Wisteria blooms between April to May annually, and attracts tourists from around the world!
There are two primary Japanese Wisteria gardens that tourists generally go to.
Ashikaga Flower Park is the prime spot of the Great Wisteria Festival, which happens annually between April 15 to May 22.
Kawachi Fujien Wisteria Garden is open to visitors between April 22 and May 7.
It’s hard not to be stunned by these lovely Japanese Wisteria flowers. Whether you’re a lover of nature or not, you’re sure to be spellbound by them.
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