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Tiantan Dongli Street Garden Was Officially Open to the Public on October 20

 

Tiantan Dongli Street Garden is located on the south side of the east gate of Tiantan Park in Dongcheng District and inside the outer altar wall of the Temple of Heaven, with a total area of 7,645 square meters. Firstly, the park aims to improve the local ecological environment and meet the residents’ leisure and recreation needs, and considers the harmony between the park and Temple of Heaven and the surrounding environment, achieving a win-win situation for heritage protection and park construction. Secondly, the plant arrangement in the park is harmonious with the historical features and spatial layout of the outer altar of the Temple of Heaven. After analyzing planting patterns and species of plants in the north outer altar, designers adopted native plants such as Chinese scholar trees and Chinese pines and other plants with colorful leaves like ginkgo to present seasonal changes and form naturally mixed forests, serving as an extension of the landscape in the outer altar of the Temple of Heaven. Thirdly, 32 tall arbors with a satisfactory growth trend in the park are retained. Workers planted 215 arbors such as Chinese scholar trees, Chinese pines and ginkgo, 319 shrubs like lilac trees and Chinese flowering crabapples, and 45,000 perennial flowers like echinacea purpurea, as well as lawns and ground cover plants covering an area of 5,972 square meters. The whole park is naturally divided into the north part with an area of 4,779 square meters and the south part with an area of 2,866 square meters by the existing roads. The paths in the park are flexibly arranged based on realities and made of gray archaized bricks, which are harmonious with the historical altar roads and landscape.