Flowers starting to bloom in April in the Forbidden City, a large precinct of red walls and yellow glazed roof tiles located in the heart of China’s capital, Beijing.
Flowers were blooming around the Huanghuacheng Great Wall, part of the ancient Great Wall can be seen through the wild apricot flowers.
Peach blossoms blooming outside the Sera Monastery in Lhasa, capital city of Tibet, China. Sera Monastery is 1 of 3 most well-known monasteries in Lhasa along with the Drepung Monastery and the Ganden Monastery.
Zhongshan Park is one of the best places to view plum blossoms in Beijing, the beautiful scenery is available at early spring time from mid-March through mid-April.
The Yuan Dynasty Relics Park houses an abundance of begonias that bloom in the spring. A begonia festival is held in every spring here and it is reckoned among the three biggest flower events in Beijing in spring together with the peach blossom festival in the Botanic Park and the cherry blossom festival in the Yuyuantan Park.
Tourists flock in Daxi Gully annually to see the apricot and apple flowers, and it is also regarded the Asian origin of wild cherry plums. The gully is about 300 kilometers west of Xinyuan and not far from Khorgos Port, which connects China and Kazakhstan.
Tender apricot blossom buds and flowers in the spring. The coming of spring, the awakening of nature, the first flowers and buds all announce the retreat of the cold winter.
Though only 100 meters high, the forested hill and hydrangea flowers at Qingliangshan Park, provides the backdrop for a pleasant hike in the city centre of Nanjing.
Flowers on wild trees of Paulownia in a gully, Zhejiang Province, China. The white flowering trees dotted the mountains as if it were a fairyland.
Magnolia flowers are in full blossom in the Summer Palace in Beijing in April. The Palace is a vast ensemble of lakes, gardens and palaces in Beijing. It was an imperial garden in Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1912).
The Old Summer Palace, known in Chinese as Yuanming Yuan. The ruins today still remind people of the peak of the Chinese imperial garden art as well as the lesson every Chinese should learn from history (it was destructed by the British army during the Second Opium War).
Peony flowers produces huge blooms in the springtime attracting busy people and productive bees.
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