The World's Largest Wisteria Vine
The wisteria vine blooming at a Sierra Madre home on March 14, 2013 near Los Angeles, California. The wisteria vine is more than one acre in size and weighs 250 tons. It has more than 1.5 million blossoms every year with 40 blooms per square foot. The branches of this wisteria vine reach an 500 feet long. Horticultural experts have estimated the branches can grow 24 inches in 24 hours. The wisteria vine is a Chinese variety. It was planted in 1894 by William and Alice Brugman. The Guinness Book of World Records has certified the vine as the world's largest blossoming plant. (Photo by Ringo Chiu/PHOTOFORMULA.com).
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