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Vine Garden Vine Garden
Climbing plants - vines - are one of the most interesting, but also a very neglected group of plants. In spite of their varied interest and importance to man, vines have attracted relatively little scientific attention.   The Vine Garden was built with the aims to 1)collect and conserve tropical climbing plant resources, 2)...
Fruit Garden Fruit Garden
The Fruit Garden occupies an area of 6 ha. It is home to about 500 species and varieties of fruits from tropical and subtropical regions of the world. After over 50 years of development, it has become a popular science garden integrating the preservation of fruit varieties, research on horticulture of orchards and horticultur...
Tropical Agroforestry System Exhibition Tropical Agroforestry System Exhibition
Tropical agroforestry systems are artificial plant communities based on ecological principles of species coexistence in tropical rainforest community. They have multi-species and multi-vertical structure with the management of forestry technologies. Agroforestry system has the characters of rich species diversity, high produ...
The Arboretum The Arboretum
The Arboretum was built in 1959 and occupies an area of 3.2 ha. As one of the earliest collections and an important gene pool of the botanical garden, the Arboretum is home to 750 tropical plant species. Its main function is to collect and reserve endangered and rare plants, important commercial and economic trees, such as Yl...
The Tropical Rainforest Ethnic Culture Museum The Tropical Rainforest Ethnic Culture Museum
Xishuangbanna, situated in the Southwest of China, is the only region near the Tropic of Cancer where large areas of tropical rainforest are preserved and where more than ten minority nationalities live, with the Dai in the majority. Historically, the everyday life, medical and health care, productive activities, customs, li...
Fern Garden Fern Garden
  Primarily established in 2001, the Fern Garden is home to 5,377 plant individuals of 421 fern species from tropics and subtropics. Over 20 fern species under state key protection or rare and endangered are protected within the land of about 1 hectare. The garden is important not only for fern germplasm collection and con...
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Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Menglun, Mengla, Yunnan 666303, China
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