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Shade Plant Garden Shade Plant Garden
Shade plants grow well under two conditions. Firstly, the climate has to be warm and humid enough. Secondly, shade plants must avoid too much sunshine. The climate in Xishuangbanna provides favorable conditions for growth of shade plants as there are a lot of trees in tropical rainforests that only about 5% of sunshine can re...
Ethnic Plant Garden Ethnic Plant Garden
  Xishuangbanna is inhabited by 13 nationalities such as Dai, Hani, Jinuo, and Bulang, with the Dai as the majority. Having been living in different habitats for generations, these minorities have gradually developed diversified ethno-botanical cultures.   Covering an area of 5.3 ha, the Ethnic Plant Garden has a collect...
National Trees and Flowers Collection National Trees and Flowers Collection
  Most countries in the world have their own national trees and flowers. They are the symbol of a country and reflecting each country’s culture, spirit, value as well asaethestic standard.   National Trees and Flowers Collection was established in 1999 to celebrate Expo’99, the World Horticultural Exposition. In the ar...
Flower Garden Flower Garden
  Located at the main entrance of XTBG, Flower Garden covers an area of 25 ha and has a collection of 600 species and varieties of tropical flowers. It is an integrative garden incorporating landscaping, horticultural display, public education, species conservation and recreation as well.   Embellished with blossoming fl...
Bamboo Garden Bamboo Garden
Entering from the Suspension Bridge of XTBG, you can see a large bamboo collection (7 ha). The collection contains more than 200 bamboo species from Southern Yunnan, Guangdong, Guangxi and Hainan Provinces and tropical regions of Southeast Asia.It is said to be one of the largest display bamboo gardens in China, functioning f...
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