Little pink flowers welcome summer in Beijing Botanical Garden

Beijing Botanical Garden is one of the most popular parks in Beijing, China's capital. It's home to thousands of plant species and is an ideal place to study plants and enjoy the beauty of nature. In summer, many plants produce flowers that attract bees, butterflies, as well as humans. Aquilegia hybrida is one of the popular species of flowers that bloom in summer. Here are some photos of aquilegia hybrida taken in the Beijing Botanical Garden. 

About 'City of Wild'

Nature is not limited to faraway mountains and oceans, it also exists in urban cities and our daily lives. In the series, "City of Wild," CGTN not only unfolds a world of wildlife you were probably not aware of, but also highlights the theme of this year's CBD COP 15: Ecological Civilization: Building a Shared Future for All Life on Earth.

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City of Wild: The cute sparrows in Beijing

City of Wild: Inconspicuous birds with really beautiful melodies

City of Wild: Lovely hoopoes in Beijing

City of Wild: Milu deer cool off from the Beijing summer

City of Wild: A pair of spotted doves making home in downtown Beijing

City of Wild: Vigilant white-cheeked starlings in Beijing

City of Wild: Hollyhocks bloom in Beijing summer

City of Wild: Crape myrtle blooms in Beijing's summer

(All photos are taken by Ding Qian)

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