This 144-Year-Old Wisteria In Japan Looks Like A Pink Sky
In Tochigi, Japan, there is a beautiful wisteria tree that lies in Ashikaga Flower Park. This tree has often been deemed the most gorgeous tree in the world. It also happens to be the oldest tree and largest tree to currently exist in Japan. This historical fact attracts many tourists and even locals to come visit the park just so they can look at this amazingly beautiful tree.
The tree originally dates back to the year 1870. Now at the age of 146-years-old, the branches of the tree are getting help to stay up by the support beams that have been placed under them. Plus, the beams help portray the tree as kind of a flower umbrella, with pink colors all above those who stand underneath it. If you want to see these colors blossom on the tree, the best time to visit the park is between mid-April and mid-May.