Park of flowers Ashikaga is located in the same city in Japan's Tochigi province on the island of Honshu. The Park covers approximately 8.2 hectares and is famous for various kinds of Wisteria (in Japanese the name sounds like the Fuji).
Wisteria is a genus of climbing a high tree, subtropical plants of the legume family with large racemes of fragrant flowers. Wisteria flowers — white, blue, purple or purple — like moths. Collected in large hanging tassels, they are extremely impressive look at the background of lush green foliage. Fragrant clusters of purple Wisteria remind our white acacia, our South spring street and all the good things connected with it.
Wisteria blooms from mid-April to mid-may, but in other seasons flower Park is beautiful.