The beauty of Hanoi in the spring season is captured in 10+ lily flower photos.
When April arrives, it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for every tourist to visit Nhat Tan and Tay Tuu to take breathtaking photos and experience unforgettable moments.
In April, the pristine white lily is regarded as the flower symbol of Hanoi. It’s amazing that, despite the fact that flowers are sold in almost every market and along many city streets, many people still go to the garden to enjoy and contemplate.
Lilies are primarily grown in Tay Tuu (BacTu Liem) and Nhat Tan in Hanoi (West Lake, in Lane 264 Au Co street).
Gardeners typically plant during the September-November lunar month to ensure that the flowers bloom within the allotted time.
The blooming of the flowers usually begins in the third lunar month and lasts until the middle to late April.
Flowers have been planted in the straight beds so that you can easily survey the magnificent view and take beautiful photographs. According to one garden owner, in years with white frost or severe weather, flowers bloomed late and had a lot of pests, so they often let the flowers bloom naturally, resulting in a carpet of white flowers.
Thien Huong expressed her deep love for the flowers of April while visiting the lily garden on this wonderful occasion, and she never missed the opportunity to take photos here.
Flowers follow in the footsteps of the peddlers. Each bouquet of ten flowers costs 35.000 dong.