The first flowers began to bloom in Moscow parks

The first flowers began to bloom in Moscow parks

More than a million tulips, hyacinths and daffodils will bloom in Moscow parks by the end of April-beginning of May. This was reported by Mospriroda on its website

"The bulbs planted in autumn will delight residents and guests of the capital by the May holidays," the message says.

So, in Gorky Park you can admire tulips and daffodils. In the Tsaritsyno Museum-Reserve, guests will be pleased with small-bulbous plants (scylla, copses and others) and tulips. And in Babushkinsky Park, with the arrival of spring, the clearing of early-flowering plants at the Center of Creativity and Leisure is transformed. The park has been creating this clearing for five years. 

In addition, it is not uncommon to find red Book plants in metropolitan parks and specially protected natural areas. It is strictly prohibited to disrupt them, and administrative responsibility is provided for this.

The Red Book of Moscow contains information on the status of rare, endangered and vulnerable species of animals and plants in the city. The third edition of the book contains 188 species of vascular plants, mosses and lichens.
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