Wild Pink Grass Field in Shanghai, China
Visitors take photos among the pink plumes in Shanghai's Jinshan district on. The landscape, filled with 1.87 hectares of muhlenbergia capillaris, commonly known as the hairawn muhly, recently has become a hit on social media. The plant's blooming season lasts from mid-September to mid-November, and it has become a new favorite in the urban landscape for the pink, feathery look of its flowers
Hairawn muhly in Shanghai's Jinshan district transforms the landscape into a feathery pink blanket during blossom season.
Hairawn muhly is becoming a new favorite in the urban landscape thanks to its pink, feathery looking flowers during blossom season.
The poetic pink landscape lies under a blue sky.
You see, China is not only known for ancient monuments and relics, and also some breathtaking nature beauty!
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