Green Lianjiang Fruits garden

 Lianjiang is located in the north of Leizhou peninsula, lies to the east the Huazhou city, the northwest bordered by Hepu, Bobai and Luchuan of Guangxi province, the southwest is close to Beibu Gulf. During the Qing dynasty, Xiang county dominated Lianjiang, and during Hang dynasty Hepu dominated Lianjiang. Tang dynasty Tianbao years changed the name for Lianjiang (because the Long lake to Shijiao section of  Jiuzhou river is called Lianjiang). The Lianjiang city area totals 2,835 square kilometers, for 1,500,000 inhabitants. The topography inclines from north to south. The north part is constituted by the old arteries of Yunkai mountains  and  high hillock, in the middle are the low mounds, in the south and the southwest we find silt alluvia of the Jiuzhou river, the sedimentation of shallow sea which forms  the plain  place. The average temperature of year is 22.7. The majority of areas are the light red land.

The water and land of Lianjiang are suitable for plants, and the climate is warm. During the Chinese reform and open policy, fruits and flowers have been planted everywhere, the fruits area amounts to 600,000 Chinese acres. It is the red orange city of China ; a national level demonstration city of agriculture and ecology and  a demonstration city of national popular science (3 laurels). All of  this let Lianjiang become the famous green city. Enjoy to travel rivers and mountains, taste fresh fruits, it is the Lianjiang’s public image.
The litchis season is spring and summer cross, then  the trees are full of longans. At autumn angwinter red orange’s trees curved with fruits, the red star fruits hanging in spring branchs. Litchis, longans and oranges are not the only fruits produced in Lianjiang, you may find there more than several tens others. Fruits already became the main product of agriculture in Lianjiang city, they also became a travelling spot.