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Gallery: Horticultural Extravaganza Gets Beijing Blooming

The 2019 Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition opened in Beijing’s Yanqing district on Monday, two days before the May Day holiday. The event will run for more than five months and is expected to draw visitors from around the globe

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Visitors take pictures in the expo’s Botanic Garden. Photo: Caixin
British landscape architect Thomas Hill’s “Origami Garden” at the expo. Photo: Caixin
Giraffes made from twining branches populate the expo’s Botanic Garden. Photo: Caixin
Four ant sculptures stand on a trunk. Photo: Caixin
Horse-shaped topiaries at the expo. Photo: Caixin
A lake in the Guangdong provincial pavilion area. Photo: Caixin
A potted pine sits inside an arching sculpture in the Hubei provincial pavilion area. Photo: Caixin
Decorative potted plants and flowers hang from the roof in the expo’s Botanic Garden. Photo: Caixin
Peonies, a favorite flower of China, grow at the expo. Photo: Caixin
The expo’s exit at night. Photo: Caixin

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Gallery: Horticultural Extravaganza Gets Beijing Blooming