Hanoi streets picturesque with Bucida molinetii's changing leaf color
Bucida molinetii’s leaves turn yellow, drawing the attention of many passers-by.
In the early days of March, the rows of Bucida molinetii along Hanoi streets are attracting numerous young people as their foliage turns bright yellow in spring, creating a postcard picture scene.
In the beautiful sunny weather, the trees turn bright yellow, drawing the attention of passersby.
On a rainy day, the sidewalk along the To Lich River in Hanoi is covered with the yellow color of the Bucida molinetii.
The rows of small-leaved trees turn yellow as they are changing leaves.
The scene makes a corner of Hanoi so poetic.
Many young people come here to take photos to save their moments.
Many families also spend time together to snap the beautiful moment.
Besides this route, small-leaved trees are also grown in many other streets in Hanoi, including Tran Duy Hung, Nguyen Khanh Toan, Cau Giay, among others.
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