Thursday, April 26, 2012

Wuhan Botanical Garden

 Wuhan Botanical Garden, located in Hubei, China, covers over 150 acres and contains over 4,000 species of flora.  It was formed in 1956 as a place for scientists  to study plants native to China.

 

There are several gardens on the property.  These include an Aquatic Plant Garden, Rare Endangered Plant Garden, Chinese Gooseberry Garden, Ornamental Garden, Tree Garden, Pine and Cypress Garden, and Bamboo Garden.

 

 The garden is open daily from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM.  Admission is 30 yuan.

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    1. It's surprising how many lovely gardens China has!

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  2. i think the aquatic plant and endangered plant garden would be utterly fascinating!

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    1. I have always enjoyed aquatic gardens. There's something peaceful about water.

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  3. You have an amazing site. Beautiful pictures are so colorful and great take on the A-Z....now the X-Z ..challenge. Am a new follower!
    Patricia, Sugar & Spice & All Things ? Nice

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    1. Thanks for following! Glad you like the blog.

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  4. Another gread garden with a water fall. I guess you know you have just written a book. Gardens from A to Z. I would buy it.

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    1. Well, if I can find an interested publisher, you may just see this as a book!

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  5. gorgeous pics as usual and a hidden gem from China. Would love to visit all of these gardens someday. Your a to z has been wonderful (and a cheaper trip too).

    Thanks

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  6. Again, simply gorgeous. Thanks for sharing this part of the world with us!

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    1. You're welcome. There are so many beautiful places to see, aren't there?

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  7. Hi Sherry! The gardens are beautiful. That waterfall is awesome.

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  8. I agree. Water features always seem to add a little something special to a garden.

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