MiYiSuo 235: Yongfu Sakura and Tea Garden in Zhangping, Fujian, China
周怡薇 / ZHOU Yiwei
Yongfu Sakura and Tea Garden
has planted a total of more than 33.3km2 of tea trees
and more than 100,000 sakura trees,
making it the largest garden in China.
Every late winter and early spring,
the tea trees draw out tender buds,
while the sakura trees are full of pink flowers
and are closely surrounded by the fields of tea trees.
Not only the sweetness of sakura,
but also the refreshing aroma of tea leaves are in the air.
The garden is full of bright and elegant colors,
which sweeps away the feeling of depression
that winter leaves to visitors.
In the garden,
the sakura trees are planted on both sides of the sidewalk.
"Chinese sakura are beautiful and Zhangping's are blooming aroud Spring Festival."
Around the Spring Festival,
the "sakura roof" is in full bloom,
welcoming the visitors who come to go for a walk in the green.
The warm spring sunshine sprinkled on the sakura blossom avenue,
the sea of tea, flower corridor, the crowd intertwined together,
overflowing with the lively spring weather.
Yongfu Sakura and Tea Garden is located in Houyu Village
in Yongfu County in Zhangping, Fujian, China.
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