Friday, November 22, 2013

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.


  1. Hi Sherry .. I've never been to Asia - one day. China has so many incredible plants and still so much to find out about .. of course our gardens are full of ex Chinese/Asian plants brought back by the hunter gatherers ... fascinating range of gardens here at Wuhan ... cheers Hilary

  2. Hi Sherry,

    I'm glad you have highlighted a garden in China. I've never really thought about that and seeing indigenous Chinese plants is most interesting.

    Have a nice weekend, Sherry.


  3. China is still a mystery. I'd like to see the bamboo garden and Chinese Gooseberry sounds neat.

  4. that's really inexpensive for a visit! i just looked it up, haha