Royalty Free Stock Photos: Xinzhuang Park plum

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Xinzhuang Park in 1930 by planting apricot Young, formerly Xin wild plum, commonly known as Yang Garden, an area of 11,000 square meters. Go public when the 1951 land reform, market management by the Works Park to take over, and be converted, changed its name to Xinzhuang Park, and later expanded by repeated extension, alteration, Lotus Lake as the center stack to build a rockery, building kiosks set up the bridge, to enrich landscape, with its present size. Park with plum-based, with four hundred strains of plum trees, plum post four hundred plates, three dozen varieties of species, of which two-Pitt weeping Lve, plain white Desk Court, pink cinnabar, such as Mei change Lve of treasures. During early spring in February, garden plum blossom, flower spit rouge, snow pressure branch, why we are intoxicated. Garden plant species are more abundant, large old trees and rare species, there are eight large diameter 40-50 cm long cypress, two hundred years of tree height of 25 meters of cedar, a century wisteria, and a height of 10 meters of the grapefruit tree, each fruit of their, beautiful gesture. August Osmanthus scoop incense, summer flowers, water lily, colorful, three-winding during winding bridges, and corridors, pavilions, kiosks combined into the park park, pose a variety of landscape level.

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