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Thanh Hoa woman ‘uses magic’ to keep flowers fresh for 10 years

Returning to Vietnam from Thailand with technology which helps keep flowers ‘immortal’, Le Thi Viet in the last 12 years has been diligently creative, bringing flowers to more and more people.

To Day blossoms brighten up Mu Cang Chai mountainous area

The pinkish hue of To Day flower or wild peach blossom in the mountainous Mu Cang Chai has bewitched visitors.

Tay Tuu flower blossoms herald Lunar New Year

With the Lunar New Year 2020 few weeks away, local farmers in Tay Tuu flower village in Hanoi is ready for the busiest season of the year

Mekong Delta’s main flower, ornamental plant growing district affected by saltwater in rivers

The unusually early saltwater intrusion this year is threatening the farming of flowers and ornamental plants in Ben Tre Province’s Cho Lach District, the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta’s largest producer of flowers and ornamental plants.

In pictures: Da Lat – the city of flowers

 VietNamNet Bridge – The cool cold and fragile rains have created a land filled with the colors of flowers all the year round.

Vung Tau uses flowers to maintain beach environment

 More than 1,000 m2 of the Long Hai coastal alluvial in Vung Tau city has been covered by flowers and trees, using the technology from the Middle East. This model will be replicated along the coast of Vietnam.

Nomadic life of beekeepers

Going to the Central Highlands in the coffee flower season, to the central region to wait for the cajuput flower season, to the plain for longan and litchi flowers ... beekeepers travel everywhere and they almost never have Tet holiday.

Spring colors cover the entire country

VietNamNet Bridge - Apricot, peach, flowers, ornamental plants ... are coming to town these days, bringing the New Year to all over the country.

Young people flock to visit the “royal garden”

Flower gardens in Nhat Tan village, Hanoi, have suddenly turned into natural parks with many ornaments and all sorts of brightly colored flowers. Young people flock to these gardens to pose for photos, though they have to pay entrance fees.