The trees usually bloom in March, reminiscent of the peaceful countryside with rivers, dikes, communal houses, and village gates.
In mid-March, the tree at the pagoda blooms brightly, attracting tourists.
Previously, the yard of the main temple at the foot of the mountain had five ancient red silk cotton trees. After the ups and downs of time, four trees died. Only one tree is left, located on the left side of the pagoda. The remaining ancient tree is about 30m high.
The blooming season of the tree is a time that attracts many tourists and photographers. 
Thay Pagoda was recognized as a special national relic in 2015. 
The mossy Thuy Dinh is considered a pearl in the dragon's mouth, the symbolic architecture of Thay Pagoda. 
In Hanoi, there are not many ancient red silk cotton trees like the one in Thay Pagoda. 
The blooming occurs in March and lasts about a month.

Linh Trang