Pink woodsorrels bloom in Hainan Tropical Botanical Garden

Pink woodsorrels are pretty plants with pink to violet flowers. The flowers, which have an acidic flavor, are sometimes added to salads as decorations. The leaves are also edible, but are suggested to be consumed in small quantities. The plant is easy to grow and doesn't need much care. Here are some beautiful photos of pink woodsorrels taken by the CGTN Nature filming crew in Hainan Tropical Botanical Garden in Danzhou City, south China's Hainan Province. 

About 'Go! Hainan' series

Featuring unspoiled tropical rain forests, sandy beaches and a rich culture, Hainan Province is the southernmost island province of China. Nicknamed "China's Hawaii," Hainan is on its way to becoming a free trade port. The "Go! Hainan" livestream series takes you on a new journey to explore the fantastic island and its underwater world.

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(All photos are taken by CGTN's Qu Bo. Cover image designed by CGTN's Yu Peng) 

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