The field of ox-eye daisies, or Chrysanthemum Japonense, in Long Bien District provides Autumn photo opportunities for Hanoi residents and visitors.
Every November, the Thao Nguyen Flower Garden on the banks of the Red River in Hanoi has become a must-visit destination for ox-eye daisy lovers. This year, the flowering season came early, with the flowers in full bloom since late October.
The 2,000-square-meter flower garden features more than 10,000 daisies planted in midsummer and in full bloom in late fall and early winter.
According to the owner of the flower garden, the daisies here are sown in a cold nursery. The young plants are then nurtured for four to five months to mature and produce the most brilliant flowers.
The most favorable time to photograph the daisy in the gardens is early in the morning and late in the afternoon, when the sunlight is not too intense and allows for more harmonious and fairly bright photos.
| The garden is in full bloom in late fall and early winter. Photos: Huy Pham/The Hanoi Times
| The plants produce the most brilliant flowers in this season.
|The tiny pure white flower with the yellow stamen, a symbol of innocence and purity, has been Hanoi people's favorite flower in recent years.
|The pure white flower has captured the hearts of flower lovers.
|In full bloom, the flowers become the focal point of the gardens, attracting hordes of people.
| Tourists of all ages love to visit the place for memorable, beautiful photo shoots and stunning scenery.
|In addition to the ox-eye daisy, miniature landscapes are also created to adorn the flower garden.
|A Hanoi's girl on the fairly bright background of an ox-eye daisy garden.
|Thao Nguyen Flower Garden attracts hundreds of visitors on weekends.
|This beautiful flower has a short life, about 30 days.
|Ao Dai, the national traditional long dress, is also people's favorite outfit for taking photos among the daisy flowers.
|The captivating beauty of a charming girl in the middle of the beautiful pure white flower meadow in Hanoi.