Huazu Convent is first built in the years of Tang and Song Dynasties. It is made up of three yards, temple, home, and ancient medicinal garden, and covers 8600 square meters. Inside and outside of the temple, pairs of stone lions stand imperially. The branches of ancient trees twine in the air and the temple is resplendent. The air is solemn and dignified.
In the whole yard, cloisters meet, pines and cypresses are old, bamboos are green, and wintersweet transfers chill. The dark green and the temple serve each other’s grandeur.