As the chill of winter creeps across the capital, the baskets of street vendors across Hanoi are beginning to fill up with eye-catching ox-eye daises.
Throughout Hanoi, street vendors can be seen carrying baskets of ox-eye daises, serving to create a romantic scenery which both locals and tourists can enjoy.
The capital sees several flower seasons over the course of the year, but the season for ox-eye daises often evokes strong emotions for local Hanoians.
The gentle white colours of the flower enthralls many visitors.
The sight of the flowers on the streets of the capital symbolises the start of winter in Hanoi.
There is only a limited time frame in which people can enjoy the flowers as ox-eye daises tend to fade away quickly. Usually, the flower season only lasts between November and early December.
Many people have flocked to daisy gardens in Hanoi to take memorable photos as the daisies bloom in early November.
A number of ox-eye daisy gardens on the banks of the Red river in Hanoi’s Tay Ho district have now entered full bloom, attracting hordes of young people looking to snap beautiful images of the scenery.