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Kitaasaba Cherry Blossom
Japan

埼玉県坂戸市にある北浅羽桜堤公園内に延長約 1.2kmに渡って二列に植えてある安行寒桜(別名:オオカンザクラ)です。

まだ若い樹なのであまり知られていないのですが、今後名所になるのは間違いないです。

足下にはスイセンも植えられています。

Digital Wackys Blog

「北浅羽桜堤公園のオオカンザクラ」

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/d_wackys/20100323/1269333919

Copyright: Katsunori takamatsu
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Subida: 20/04/2010
Actualizado: 26/02/2012
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Tags: sakado; saitama; japan; cherry;  kitaasaba; flower
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