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Gardeners plant ornamental flowers for Chinese lunar new year

2010-01-22 08:01:15 GMT2010-01-22 16:01:15 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A gardener takes care of her moth orchid for sale at a greenhouse in Kaifeng County, cental China's Henan Province, Jan. 21 2010. Despite the rare cold winter this year, gardeners in the county planted plenty of ornamental flowers for sale during the coming traditional Chinese lunar new year, or Spring Festival. (Xinhua Photo/Li Junsheng)

Gardeners take care of her moth orchid for sale at a greenhouse in Kaifeng County, cental China's Henan Province, Jan. 21 2010. (Xinhua Photo/Li Junsheng)

A gardener takes care of her moth orchid for sale at a greenhouse in Kaifeng County, cental China's Henan Province, Jan. 21 2010. (Xinhua Photo/Li Junsheng)

Gardeners take care of her moth orchid for sale at a greenhouse in Kaifeng County, cental China's Henan Province, Jan. 21 2010. (Xinhua Photo/Li Junsheng)

A gardener takes care of her moth orchid for sale at a greenhouse in Kaifeng County, cental China's Henan Province, Jan. 21 2010.

Despite the rare cold winter this year, gardeners in the county planted plenty of ornamental flowers for sale during the coming traditional Chinese lunar new year, or Spring Festival.

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