Huahua Town is a famous scenic spot located in Yangchang town, Wudang district, Guiyang. It attracts a number of visitors due to its abundance of flowers, namely tulip, peony, and lavender.
The tulip, an herbaceous plant and the national flower of Turkey, Kazakhstan, and the Netherlands, blooms in May in Huahua town. Tulips are large and actinomorphic (radially symmetric) standalone flowers. They come in a wide variety of colors, including red, white, and yellow.
Peonies bloom in May in Huahua town. The peony is a flowering plant in the genus Paeonia generally described as a deciduous perennial herb or shrub. The flowers are radiant and brightly colored, with the nickname "queen of all flowers". Peonies comes in a wide variety of colors, including yellow, green, and red, among which yellow and green are considered precious. They are large and fragrant, earning them the title "national beauty and heavenly fragrance". The peony was China's national flower during the Qing dynasty.
Lavender is a genus of 47 known species of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiacea. It is cultivated extensively in temperate climates as an ornamental plant for gardens, for use as a culinary herb, or for the extraction of essential oils.
In Huahua town, flowers are everywhere. They decorate the walls of every household in beautiful paintings. From May to September, tourists come to unwind in this quaint little town immersed in romantic atmosphere.