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The Lushan Botanical Gardens

Its former fame as the Lushan forest park has been overshadowed by current succasses. The gardens are a subtropical botanical collection in a mountainous area. It is centered on the Hanpokou Mountain Valley to the southeast of Mt. Lushan in Jiangxi Province.

The gardens occupy an area of 300 hectares and cultivate some 3,400 species of plants with pine, cypress and azalea as the mainstay. They have nine special gardens and districts. These are the pine and cypress district, the inteinational friendship azalea garden, the greenhouse district, the grass and flower district, the tree garden, the rock garden, the kiwi garden, the medicinal herb nursery and the tea grove. The tree garden has collected 300 kinds of azaleas from other parts of the country and around the world and has blossoming loses and azaleas everywhere.

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