Rare and endangered plants first exhibited in SCNBG during holiday

2022-Oct-2       Source: newsgd.com

During the National Day holiday, South China National Botanical Garden (SCNBG) is holding a large and spectacular plant activity—"City, Nature and I", containing an exhibition of rare and endangered plants, storytelling of senior scientists, a scientific forum, and an exhibition of desert plants.

During the National Day holiday, South China National Botanical Garden (SCNBG) is holding a large and spectacular plant activity—"City, Nature and I", containing an exhibition of rare and endangered plants, storytelling of senior scientists, a scientific forum, and an exhibition of desert plants.

Among them, the exhibition of rare and endangered plants—"Disappearing Beauty " is showing 13 species of plants that have never been on public display before. They are the "Hemostatic Guard" Cibotium barometz (金毛狗), the "Only child on Earth" putoensis (普陀鹅耳枥), the "Land lotus" chinensis (夏腊梅), the Danxia sycamore (丹霞梧桐) and other rare species. All the plants were normally not kept in display areas at the Rare and Endangered Plant Breeding Centre in SCNBG before. The exhibition aims to arouse people's attention to explore and protect rare wild flora and fauna.

Ticket price:

During the National Day holiday (from October 1 to 7), SCNBG will offer a 20% discount for all tickets.

Ordinary ticket: 16 RMB / person

Greenhouse ticket: 40 RMB / person

Package ticket (ordinary ticket + greenhouse ticket): 50 RMB / person.

Tips:

Tourists to SCNBG are required to show the green health code and a negative nucleic acid test certificate within 72 hours.

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Author: Ariel

Editor: Wing, Steven, Monica, Will, Jerry

Editor: Ariel

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