Blossom season in Hanoi, Vietnam

1.January – Peach Blossom

Peach Blossom in Hanoi

The Peach Blossom is the symbol of Spring. When you see them somewhere in the stress that means the spring begins knocking every house. Vietnamese believe that the Peach Blossom will bring luck and happiness to them. In Tet Holiday, the pink of the Peach Blossom is full of Hanoi: on the stress, in the house,…

2.February – Hoa Sua

Hoa Sua in Hanoi

Every ending of February and beginning of March (in lunar calendars), Hanoi is brighter with the pure white milk flowers.
Hoa Sua not only booms very fast but also fades quickly. Sometime, when you wakes up in the morning, that white flowers bloom so many as a surprise gift of God, enough to fill your vision. But suddenly on day you wake up, those flowers go with wind and you can’t find them in anywhere.

3.April – Lily

Hoa Lily

When April ‘s coming with summer songs, you can see bicycles laden with lily go around the stresses. Lily is the favourite of Hanoi people because of its white color and pure scent.
Under any circumstances, lily is simple, humble but nope.

4.May – Phoenix-flower

Phoenix-flower is the symbol of pupil. It associated with young, funky and naive. The red of flowers are the spotlight of any corner in the stress which will make you impressed by the first look.

5.June – Lotus

Hoa sen o hanoi

The Vietnamese has a famous folk poems meaning that “In the pond, nothing’s more beautiful than lotus, the flower of the dawn”
To the Vietnamese, lotus is known as an exquisite flower, symbolizes the purity, serenity, commitment and optimism of the future as it is the flower which grows in muddy water and rises above the surface to bloom with remarkable beauty.

Early in the morning, elderly ladies push off in their boats to cut the flowers ready for selling later that day. Later in the day, young lovers and groups of girls dressed up along to the ponds for both professional and amateur photo shoots.

6.October – Daisy


The lotus leaves, the daisy comes. The daisy belongs to the fall – the season of invisible sadness. It takes a long time before the daisy fades away.
Looking at daisy, we see gorgeous flowers but inside, it bring a infinite sadness.