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King lotus leaves enter best viewing season in SW China's Yunnan
A woman poses for a photo at the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in southwest China’s Yunnan Province. (Photo courtesy of the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden under the CAS) Recently, king lotus (Victoria amazonica) leaves have entered their best viewing sea...
The Orchid Show 2022 at XTBG
. The 9th annual orchid show “Natural orchids – we are clearly acting to protect orchid species” unveiled its plate on April 10, 2022. The show is an annual event to showcase the beauty of orchids and increase public awareness of biodiversity conservation at Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG). With...
How does seed dormancy adapt in space and time?
Seed dormancy is an important life history state in plant development and reproduction that increases survival and fitness. Species-specific or region-specific studies of seed dormancy are common, but global-scale studies are relatively scarce. Many mysteries remain about the spatial-temporal dynamics of seed dormancy th...
Fantastic plants in Yunnan: Jade Vine
At the 2022 Spring Festival Gala, a dance piece entitled “Poetic Dance: The Journey of a Legendary Landscape Painting” has surprised the audience. At the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, there is a vine called Jade Vine. It has a rare cyan color, which is similar to the tone of the ...
The Succulents Show 2022
The Succulents Show 2022 is ongoing at the Distinctive Plant Collection of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG). Come and see amazing succulents in different shapes from January 22 to February 22. It’s the 7th time that XTBG holds succulents show to greet the Chinese New Year. At the 200 –m2 exhibition ar...
Returning home: A look back on the return of migrating elephants to their natural habitat in southwest China's Yunnan
A look back on the return of migrating elephants to their natural habitat in southwest China's Yunnan A herd of wild elephants from Yunnan Province amazed the world earlier this year, with an unprecedented northbound journey. As they returned to their natural habitat, our reporter Yang Jinghao traveled to where they ...
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