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These spectacular photos look so amazing, they look like they belong in a fantasy movie. Planted around the year 1870, this massive wisteria is located in Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan. With branches reaching a half-a-mile long it covers an entire half acre.

Flickr/Pzilla

Flickr/Pzilla

Ironically wisterias look like trees, but they’re actually vines. The plant’s entire mass is held up by steel supports, allowing tourists and visitors to walk below its pink and purple canopy.

Last month we profiled the beautiful Ginko Baloba, which is also found in Japan.

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