In April, the Chinese government announced it was shutting down all male friendship botanicals in the country as part of a drive to protect the environment.

The botanic garden, located in the city of Wuhan, has been home to more than 10,000 plants since 1872.

The government has made the decision to shut down the plants in order to save the planet from the toxic effects of the herbicide glyphosate.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, glyphosate is a chemical compound that has been linked to birth defects, cancer, and increased rates of respiratory illness and other health problems in humans.

The herbicide is also linked to a number of human health problems including cancer, birth defects and birth defects in fetuses.

The botanic grounds were founded in the early 1900s and are the oldest remaining botanic and cultural garden in China, according to the government.

The gardens were set up by local farmers in 1882 and the last plant in them was removed in 2003, according the BBC.