Cultura

ASHIKAGA FLOWER PARK: PINK SKY IN JAPAN

These stunning photographs that look like a painted pink and purple sky are actually images of Japan’s largest glycine. This plant is located in Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan, and although it is not the largest in the world, this glycine has an impressive 1990 square meters and dates back to 1870. Due to its weight, the plant is sustained by steel supports, which allows visitors to walk underneath its treetop and sunbathing under the light pink and purple light, projecting for its beautiful pendant flowers.

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