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Many early peach blossoms are being sold in Hanoi, signaling the approach of the Lunar New Year or Tet Holiday.
Not only known for buckwheat flower or yellow canola flower, the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang is blessed with the beauty of peach blossoms whenever February comes around.
Nhat Tan peach tree village in Tay Ho district has widely been considered one of the most picturesque areas in Hanoi for several of the past years.
Situated on Hang Luoc street in Hanoi, the local flower market is currently packed with customers who are looking to purchase beautiful peach blossom branches or trees in the build up to the Lunar New Year or Tet.
As the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday is less than two weeks away, people in HCM City and across the country are opening their wallets to buy special ornamental plants and imported flowers to decorate their homes for the nation's biggest festival.
With just over three weeks to go until the Lunar New Year (Tet), many streets across Hanoi can be seen bearing festive decorations such as colourful bulbs, flowers, and numerous slogans.
VietNamNet Bridge – For nearly a week, peach growers in Hanoi’s famous flower villages of Nhat Tan and Phu Thuong have displayed their products to serve this lunar New Year (Tet holiday).
Tet is in full bloom on the streets of Hanoi, nowhere more so than amid the peach blossoms and ornamental trees on display at the Quang An Market.
VietNamNet Bridge - After the lunar New Year, Ha Giang has become a kingdom of peach and plum flowers. This is the best time to visit.
VietNamNet Bridge - In the spring, everything blossoms out and sprouts buds, even the barren land of Ha Giang also wakes up with vitality in each interstice of rock mounts, each earth-wall or fence.
VietNamNet Bridge – Ten days before the Lunar New Year or Tet holidays, the sidewalks of Lac Long Quan, Au Co and Hoang Hoa Tham streets have become flower markets.
VietNamNet Bridge - More than 10 days before the Lunar New Year, peach flowers are sold on Hanoi streets.
VietNamNet Bridge - The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has submitted to the Government the plan on selecting the national flower of Vietnam.
After Tet, peach branches and trees are piled up along the road, on rubbish trucks or even burned on the road. According to the street sweepers, the clean-up of used peach branches will finish until the end of February.
New Year flowers, the unique culture of the Vietnamese people, have appeared in many international newspapers and magazines. Let's admire Tet flowers in many regions of the country, through the lens of the foreign reporters.
VietNamNet Bridge - Nearly two weeks before the lunar New Year, the Nhat Tan flower village in Hanoi begins to be busy with on-the-spot transactions when many customers go to the village to buy peach and kumquat trees.
VietNamNet Bridge – The Lunar New Year is the chance for people to see the most special ornamental trees.
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.