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「五万石ふじ」GOMANGOKU FUJI-Wisteria trellis
Japan

岡崎城のある岡崎公園にあり、「五万石ふじ」といわれ、ふるさとの名木として岡崎市指定文化財に指定されている。 花房は最大1mになると言われている。棚は約1300平方メーター、幹回りは最大2.4m、枝の長さ約11m。7株植えられている。

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Uploaded: 02/05/2013
Updated: 06/08/2014
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