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Olympic Topiary Gardens of Artistic Garden SculpturesOlympic Topiary Gardens of Artistic Garden Sculptures
One of the most breathtaking sights to take in at the 29th Olympic Games is the dazzling botanical display for the Olympic Topiary Gardens of artistic garden sculptures — an exhibit depicting the beauty and value of biodiversity and ongoing efforts of 80 botanic gardens from more than 25 countries to preserve our natural plant heritage.

Beijing Botanical GardenBeijing Botanical Garden
The Bonsai garden is divided into two parts: internal exhibition and external exhibition. The internal exhibition is further divided into the Exhibition Hall of Fine Potted landscapes, the Comprehensive Exhibition Hall and the Exhibition Hall for Different Schools, Which exhibits some of the outstanding works from Beijing and the other parts of China.

Summer Palace (Yiheyuan)Summer Palace (Yiheyuan)
This palace was the "summer home" of the emperor during the Ming and Qing dynasties, located in Haidian District, some 12 kilometers northwest of the downtown, the Summer Palace is the largest imperial garden in the world. The landscape architects have utilized Longevity Hill and Kunming Lake to create a paradise of hills and waters. Artisans reproduced the garden architecture styles of various palaces in China (including a Penjing Garden) and combined them to create a harmonious atmosphere, a veritable museum of classical Chinese garden architecture.

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Asian Longhorn BeetlesAsian Longhorn Beetles
Warning for tree importers
Asian Longhorn Beetles and Larvae have been found on Bonsai trees that were imported from China and shipped to L.A. The native range of these pests include Japan, Korea and China, anyone with a tree imported from China should check it and all yard trees for big exit holes as the beetles are emerging now (April). Trees favored as food by the Long-horned beetle include - poplar, willow, elm, locust, mulberry, orange, tangerine, pear, apple, ficus, sycamore, lychee, Japanese cedar, beech, maple, crepe myrtle, walnut, oak, catalpa and cherry. For further information click on the link

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