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Shimo-no-bou

Published 3 months ago by kiyoharu takamura

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Ashikaga flower park

Published 3 months ago by Taro Tsubomura

This is a pond in Ashikaga flower park. Many colorful flowers have been planted in the flower benches in and outside of the pond. There also are many wisteria trees in this park with violet and white flowers.

Wisteria of Rinsenji

Published 3 months ago by kiyoharu takamura

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Garden Outbuilding At Croft Castle

Published about 1 year ago by Andy Cox

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This small brick built outbuilding with its' gothic arched window is built onto the outiside of the walled garden at Croft <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/garden-outbuilding-at-croft-castle-england">...(more)</a>

indoor peony garden2

Published over 1 year ago by kiyoharu takamura

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ふじの回廊 Alley of Fuji

Published about 2 years ago by Haruhiko Nakayama

この「ふじの回廊」は藤岡町の花である「ふじ」に親しむことのできる散策道で、372mの区間に九尺藤,紫三尺、八重黒竜,しろばな藤の4種が植栽され、5月上旬に満開となります。Alley of Fuji is an alley where the fuji,or Japanese wisteria flowe<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/alley-of-fuji">...(more)</a>

wisteria trellis

Published about 2 years ago by kiyoharu takamura

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Norton St Philip

Published almost 3 years ago by John Willetts ARPS

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The Somerset village of Norton St Philip goes back over a thousand years. It might be beautiful but it's not tranquil. The busy through-road <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/norton-st-philip-england">...(more)</a>

Pentillie Castle, From the Garden to the Wisteria Walk

Published over 4 years ago by Matt Wellard

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Pentillie Castle was built on the banks or the River Tamar in 1698 by James Tillie. It was adapted in 18<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/pentillie-castle-from-the-garden-to-the-wisteria-walk-england">...(more)</a>

Pentillie Castle Wisteria Walk

Published over 4 years ago by Matt Wellard

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Pentillie Castle was built on the banks or the River Tamar in 1698 by James Tillie. It was adapted in 1809 into a castle and th<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/pentillie-castle-wisteria-walk-england">...(more)</a>