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Botanical Gardens in Cuc Phuong national park

Cuc Phuong National Park in Nho Quan District, Ninh Binh Province, adjacent won the three provinces of Ninh Binh, Hoa Binh and Thanh Hoa, 100km from Hanoi over the southwest. Cuc Phuong is the first National Park of Vietnam, founded in 7/1962. Cuc Phuong National Park has a population of flora and fauna are abundant, diverse and unique.

Botanical Gardens

Botanical Gardens

Works Botanical Gardens Botanical Cuc Phuong national parkis a collection of buildings in order to plant rare plants of Cuc Phuong, Vietnam and the world to serve the purpose of preservation and storage of plant genetic resources. This is also where experimental planting of native tree species, and that works for scientific research, education and tourism attractions. With an area of ​​90 ha 160ha.Trong which is planted vegetable garden area, 51 ha of natural forest on limestone, planted 10 hectares of experimental and the rest is a administrative area of ​​the park. Based on the ecological characteristics of the species, site conditions of the region and is based on the evolution of Takhtajan system to arrange the species according to their evolution from low to high and symbols into zones A, B, C, D, E, E, G, H, I, K. In which areas A, B, C, E, H is the tree species planted won originated in Cuc Phuong, the layout tree D North Vietnam, Zone D is exotic, G is the bamboo species , is the first fruit tree species, K is the rattan. Area designed for each species planted at least 0.1 ha and a maximum of 1 ha. To date, collection and conservation of species is 535. Including Cuc Phuong 210 trees, 85 trees of different regions in Vietnam, 5 exotic species, 25 species of wax, 20 species, 15 species of fruit trees, bamboos, 15 palm species, 20 species 140 medicinal plants and orchids. The trees are taken care of and monitor the growth process to study growth and development. Many species have had a lot of fruit and provide seedlings for the reforestation program using native plants.