Hong Kong Park blooms with over 600 plants from the rose family
By: KOO Chi Tung 顧知桐Edited by: Sara Cheng
More than 600 flowering plants and 50 species from the Rosaceae, or rose, family are in bloom at the Forsgate Conservatory in Hong Kong Park, including the rugosa rose, China rose, loquat, peach and Hong Kong hawthorn.
The exhibition hosted 600 visitors on its first day yesterday, a spokesman for the Leisure and Development Department told The Young Reporter in an email reply. It will be open to the public for free until Jan.9, 2022.