If you are heading to Japan, this 144-year-old Wisteria is a must-see.
Located in the Ashikaga Flower Park, the impressive garden plant covers 1,990 square metres.
Despite it looking like a tree, the wisteria is actually a vine.
With some pruning and pole structures, the wisteria can be manipulated to represent a tree, allowing people to walk underneath its colourful canopy.
For information on how to grow your own Wisteria, click here.