As the spring slowly turns to summer the sight of flowers such as the red shining of flamboyant flower and the yellow of golden shower flowers can be seen in full bloom, creating romantic scenery throughout Hue city.
Each May the entirety of Hue city can be seen covered in colourful flowers.
The shining red of the Hoa Phuong Do, the purple tones of the Bang Lang, and a sea of yellow due to the blossoming of the Muong Hoang Yen give the imperial city a new vibe each summer.
Giant crape myrtles, known locally as Bang Lang, can be seen growing throughout Hue city.
An impressive image of the Hoa Phuong Do, also known as the red flamboyant flower, growing alongside Truong Tien bridge.
The first sightings of the red flamboyant flowers generally signals the start of summer.
The vibrant red colours seen in the flamboyant flowers prove popular among visitors to the city.
Many photographers are motivated to take beautiful pictures of the flowers due to their vibrant colours.
The Muong Hoang Yen, also known as golden shower trees, fill the streets of Hue with a yellow colour.
The last weeks of May have seen streets throughout Hanoi become decorated with the bright purple tones of giant crape myrtles, a sea of yellow golden shower flowers, and the shining red colour of red flamboyant flower.
In May when the sound of cicadas signals the advent of summer, giant purple crape-myrtle flowers (known as bang lang) bloom in many streets of Hanoi.