Plums bloom in Yiwu
Visitors play under trees while admiring plum blossoms. [Photo/zjol.com.cn]
The annual blooming of plum blossoms has attracted large crowds to the Jiangbin Green Corridor in Yiwu, East China's Zhejiang province, as the trees reached their peak blooming period on Feb 12.
Despite the blossoms being delayed by about 10 days due to a recent period of low temperatures, locals and tourists alike flocked to the area to enjoy the beautiful spectacle.
Visitors were seen playing and taking pictures under the trees, admiring the various colors and varieties of plum blossoms. The flowers were competing with each other to show off their vibrant colors, some still budding, while others had fully blossomed, creating colorful and stunning scenery.
Jiangbin Park, Xiuhu Park, Xuefeng Park, and other parks in Yiwu are all popular places for plum blossom appreciation, and this year's delay in blooming has made the viewing experience even more special for visitors.
The blooming of plum trees is a highly anticipated event every year, with many tourists travelling to Yiwu specifically for this natural phenomenon. [Photo/zjol.com.cn]
Two girls take selfies in front of plum blossoms, which are a symbol of resilience and perseverance. [Photo/zjol.com.cn]