PHOTOS Greening efforts transform saline-alkaline marsh into botanical garden in Tianjin

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Greening efforts transform saline-alkaline marsh into botanical garden in Tianjin

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08:19, May 24, 2019

Photo taken on May 23, 2019 shows lotus flowers in a botanical garden in north China's Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA). Nearly ten years of greening efforts have successfully transformed a saline-alkaline marsh into a botanical garden with over 6,000 species of plants. The garden now serves as a plant resource bank in TEDA for scientific research, scientific education, demonstration and entertainment purposes. (Photos: Xinhua)

Aerial photo taken on May 22, 2019 shows a botanical garden in north China's Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA). Nearly ten years of greening efforts have successfully transformed a saline-alkaline marsh into a botanical garden with over 6,000 species of plants. The garden now serves as a plant resource bank in TEDA for scientific research, scientific education, demonstration and entertainment purposes.

Aerial photo taken on May 22, 2019 shows a botanical garden in north China's Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA). Nearly ten years of greening efforts have successfully transformed a saline-alkaline marsh into a botanical garden with over 6,000 species of plants. The garden now serves as a plant resource bank in TEDA for scientific research, scientific education, demonstration and entertainment purposes.

Aerial photo taken on May 22, 2019 shows a botanical garden in north China's Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA). Nearly ten years of greening efforts have successfully transformed a saline-alkaline marsh into a botanical garden with over 6,000 species of plants. The garden now serves as a plant resource bank in TEDA for scientific research, scientific education, demonstration and entertainment purposes.

A staff member waters flowers in a botanical garden in north China's Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA), May 23, 2019. Nearly ten years of greening efforts have successfully transformed a saline-alkaline marsh into a botanical garden with over 6,000 species of plants. The garden now serves as a plant resource bank in TEDA for scientific research, scientific education, demonstration and entertainment purposes.

Tourists visit a botanical garden in north China's Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA), May 23, 2019. Nearly ten years of greening efforts have successfully transformed a saline-alkaline marsh into a botanical garden with over 6,000 species of plants. The garden now serves as a plant resource bank in TEDA for scientific research, scientific education, demonstration and entertainment purposes.

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