Live: The largest cherry tea garden in China’s Fujian Province – Ep.2

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Yongfu Town’s cherry tea garden is the largest one in the country. Located in Longyan Zhangping City, southeast China’s Fujian Province, its cherry tress blossom from January to March thanks to the region’s subtropical monsoon climate. In this garden, there are more than 100,000 cherry trees and 42 types of cherry blossoms over 50,000 acres – join us on this special live! #streamingChina #bumperharvest #ChinaHarvest

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