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Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi 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.

Wisteria at Kameidoten-jinja, Tokyo | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Wisteria at Kameidoten-jinja, Tokyo, Japan. WISTERIA~ GLYCINE ~ long trailing branches of fragrant lavender blooms.

Purple Wisteria in Japan.

Funny pictures about A purple wisteria flower garden in Japan. Oh, and cool pics about A purple wisteria flower garden in Japan. Also, A purple wisteria flower garden in Japan.

Purple Wisteria Tree (grows in zone 9) • Drought tolerant, so you don't have to water • Pest & disease resistant- no spraying! • Fragrant blooms you can smell from a distance

Purple Wisteria Tree at Brighter Blooms Nursery

This beautiful Purple Wisteria Tree requires little water and produces fragrant blooms you can smell from a distance.

Wisteria

Wisteria - This is so beautiful. Wisteria needs a strong frame or arbor to support its weight.

Wist was inspired by the wisteria covering our front path which has put on a spectacular display this year.

Amazing Hanging Ideas For Garden

Moon gardens consist of white flowers and foliage that glow under the moonlight.

Great depth in this wisteria photo

omg-sweetlunlikelycollector-me: “ Beautiful Gifted Post ♡♡ Thank you! Because it’s freakin Purple ”

Not roses, but would compliment them with this wisteria beauty.

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.

Purple Landscape

Weinheim, Germany --- Wisteria sinensis in full bloom over long stone path --- Image by Jerry Harpur © Harpur Garden Library/Corbis

Wisteria, so beautiful

Wisterias European families have had these immortal vines grow for centuries on their properties. [Actually, the first American Wisteria came in 1724 and then apparently in 1819 the first W.Sinensis arrived in GB.- des Chevaux] - My Garden Muse

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