How beautiful are these weeping plum trees?
The Suzuka Forest Garden (鈴鹿 の 森庭園, Suzuka-no-mori Teien) in Suzuka, Mie Prefecture is open to the public until March 31st.
The garden features a collection of over 200 rare and precious weeping Japanese plum trees. It is designated as a research and cultivation farm, which enables traditional Japanese cultivation skills—teaching future generations of the art of traditional Japanese farming.
The garden is open to the public only while the plum trees are blooming in the early spring (from now until March 31st). The hours are from 9 AM to 4 PM daily. To learn more, visit: http://www.akatsuka.gr.jp/group/suzuka/
Feature photo by @4sh00w