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Bamboo Plant Area (Bamboo Trail)

  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
  •     The Bamboo Plant Area (the Bamboo Trail) starts from Wanshi Lake, the central scenic spot of the botanical garden, and extends all the way to the garden’s eastern gate at the Western Hill Scenic Spot on top of Wanshi Mountain. The bamboo plant area is one of the dedicated gardens of the botanical garden. It was first built in 1960, when the botanical garden was built. This area grows more than 100 species of bambusoideae plants in the gramineous genus; most of them are fasciculate ornamental bamboos such as thyrsostachys gamble and bambusa vulgaris var. vittata; and the most precious ones are drepanostachyum, Sinobambusa tootsik and ampelocalamus.
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