Pin-worthy pictures of May flowers native to overseas land

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Updated: 2017-05-16

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Flowering plants grow in accordance with nature, along with environmental changes, and, unless specifically cultivated, rely on the changing seasons and weather systems to procreate and thrive.

Visitors can still find plenty of vibrant colors and lilting fragrances offered in Shanghai Chenshan Botanical Garden in May.

If you want to be on the lookout for the kind of foreign flowers in Chinese fields that you can find around this time, here's a list of some of the blooms that are in season in May. So get ready for a visual treat as you lose yourself in the fabulous world of these gorgeous blooms originated in overseas countries and regions but planted in China.

Pin-worthy pictures of May flowers native to overseas land

Iris pseudacorus, native to Europe, northern Asia, the Middle East and northern Africa, and commonly known as yellow flag, is a plant that can be easily grown in wet soils but thrive in standing water. It could typically form large colonies of bright yellow flowers along streams, ponds and marshes. [Photo from WeChat: csnbgsh]

Pin-worthy pictures of May flowers native to overseas land

The violet blossoms of Iris sibirica. The flower is widely liked and grown in Europe and central Asia. This species unfurls in May and is topped by showy in a wide range of colors such as violet blue, blue and occasionally white petals. [Photo from WeChat: csnbgsh]

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