By the end of October, ginkgo biloba in Beijing’s mountainous and suburban areas and small ginkgo biloba trees in urban areas had begun to change from “military clothing” to “gold clothing”. Ginkgo biloba in the mountainous and suburban areas of Beijing has entered the best viewing period with a discoloration rate of more than 60%. In particular, the color change rate of ginkgo biloba, a small tree with relatively small trees, is close to 100%. Ginkgo biloba leaves in the urban and plain areas of Beijing alternate with yellow and green, entering the early stage of viewing with a color change rate of about 30%. With the arrival of November, that is, before and after November 5 every year, Ginkgo biloba in urban and plain areas of Beijing has entered the viewing period with an appropriate color change rate of 50-60%.
The yellow leaves of Ginkgo biloba in Beijing have increased significantly, and the first ten days of November is the best viewing period of Ginkgo biloba in Beijing. The arrival of cold air and the extent of cooling are the main meteorological factors affecting the discoloration of ginkgo leaves. Especially since October, the frequent cold air has made the average temperature in Beijing slightly lower than that of last year and all the year round. However, due to the large amount of rainfall in the early stage, abundant rainfall is conducive to the growth of leaves and the generation of chlorophyll, and the green fading of leaves takes a relatively long time. Therefore, in the first ten days of November this year, ginkgo biloba in Beijing basically ushered in its best viewing period.
For Beijing, a bustling international metropolis, in addition to the popular and famous Fragrant Hills Park and the beautiful maple leaf scenery of other layers of forest, the golden ginkgo trees scattered and distributed in various areas of Beijing are also beautiful scenery lines that cannot be missed in the beauty of autumn in Beijing. Today, I will take you to the Dajue Temple, located at No. 9, Dajue Temple Road, Haidian District, Beijing, to see what different scenery there is. Although there are many similar temples in Beijing. However, Beijing Dajue Temple is built on the mountain with few scenic spots. Not only that, but also, it is particularly worth mentioning that you can meet the thousand-year-old ginkgo trees here when you visit and play, take photos and admire autumn!
Dajue Temple is a thousand-year-old temple in Beijing. It was one of the eight watersheds in the Western Hills in the Liao and Jin Dynasties. Now it is famous for its clear springs, ancient trees, magnolias and elegant environment. The Dajue Temple in Beijing was built on the mountain, facing the east from the west, maintaining the custom of respecting the sun and worshipping the sun in the Liao Dynasty. The temple building is majestic and ancient, and the layout is rigorous and orderly. In addition to the conventional buildings, there are also the imperial palaces of the Qing Dynasty, including the “Siyi Hall” (Nanyulan Hall) named by Emperor Yongzheng and the “Xiyun Pavilion” named by Emperor Qianlong, which shows its high status.
The standing figures of the twenty heavens on the north and south sides of the the Shakya ManiHall are vivid and vivid. Although they have been eroded and peeled off by wind for more than 500 years, their superb techniques and exquisite paintings can still make people feel the dignity of Buddhism and the royal style. There are many ancient and famous trees in the temple, including 1000 year old ginkgo, 300 year old magnolia, koala, pine and cypress, especially magnolia. Together with the lilac of Fayuan Temple and the peony of Chongxiao Temple, they are known as the three major flower temples in Beijing. The golden gingko you see now is one of the true portraits of the autumn scenery of Dajue Temple in Beijing.
The temple faces east from the west and is built near the mountain. The mountain gate faces the direction of the rising sun, reflecting the architectural pattern of the Qidan people facing the sun during the Liao Dynasty. In front of the Wuliangshou Hall of Dajue Temple in Beijing, there is a ginkgo tree on its left and right sides. A male ginkgo in the north is said to have been planted in the Liao Dynasty, with a history of more than 1000 years, so it is called the Millennium Ginkgo and the “King of Ginkgo” in the Liao Dynasty. From the end of October to the beginning of November every year, the thousand-year ginkgo in front of the Infinite Life Buddha Hall in Dajue Temple in Beijing is the best viewing period. At this time, when you come to Beijing and enter the Dajue Temple, the luxuriant and golden ginkgo trees will definitely make your eyes full.
Especially for friends who work and live in Beijing and the surrounding provinces and cities, if you say, they are tired of the noise and noise of the city. I want to take advantage of the weekend or other free time to go out and play, take pictures of my baby and appreciate the autumn, and appreciate and feel the beauty related to Beijing. Still, I have a special liking for Beijing, a place with few scenic spots and thousands of years of ginkgo trees. Dajue Temple in Beijing is really a good place to visit.
Here, we need to remind you that the Dajue Temple in Beijing is 20 yuan, and it is open from 09:00-17:00 (stop entering the park at 16:30). If you are interested in this place, you can collect it first. Don’t start until you have time. Take her (him), or relatives and friends together, and have a good hug and feel the different visual feast and touching brought by Beijing Dajue Temple.