Mountain ebonies adorn Hanoi city centre
On early days of 2020, Dinh Tien Hoang street near Hoan Kiem lake is brightened with purple mountain ebonies (ban flower in Vietnamese), a distinctive flower of the Northwestern mountainous region.
|Mountain ebonies is the pride of the mountainous Northwest region of Vietnam whenever Spring arrives
|With their purple-pinkish hue and soft cloud-like petals, mountain ebonies have painted the sky an alluring color, adding a vibrancy to the streets of Hanoi
|Interweaving among the trees, the purple-pinkish hue of ban flowers colour the roads of Hanoi with a captivating beauty, creating a picturesque Hanoi
Growing around Long Bien bridge in Hanoi, the white grass season allows tourists to fully immerse themselves within romantic scenery and enjoy the area’s tranquil atmosphere.
A day trip to Me Linh Flower Village is a chance to escape from hustle and bustle and to fill one’s lungs with fresh air in flower fields after long days choking in Hanoi's polluted air.