Last update: 18:00 | 11/03/2018
As the weather has warmed, Ban flowers have blossomed along Hanoi streets. Their beauty inspires many visitors to take photos.
The Ban flower is the pride of the mountainous Northwest region of Vietnam whenever Spring arrives. It was long ago domesticated to grow in Hanoi, blossoming between late February and early March.
The flower can be white, purple, or red.
Bac Son street is crowded with people taking photos of its 2 lanes of beautiful Ban flowers.
Ban flowers whose petals are white touched with light purple have been widely planted.
These days, the weather is perfect for a photoshoot.
Many young women wear Ao Dai to take photos with Ban flowers on Hoang Dieu street, situated close to Bac Son street.
Beautiful women in Ao Dai pose with the flowers brightening Hoang Dieu street.
Ban flowers can also be found in many other places in Hanoi, such as West Lake, Lenin Monument, and Nguyen Du street.
Purple Ban flowers have blossomed on Nguyen Du street.
Intersection of Nguyen Thai Hoc, Cua Nam, Hang Bong, and Phan Boi Chau streets.
Hang Dau Garden
Ban Flowers have become increasingly popular in the capital city, when Spring arrives.