The lunar New Year (Tet holiday) is coming in ten days and peach and kumquat trees are transported on Hanoi streets. Flower markets are also bustling.
Flowers are transported on Thanh Nien Road.
A motorbikek carries peach branches.
Flowers sold along Au Co road.
A flower shop.
A pot of Cymbidium is priced several hundreds of US dollars.
The Quang Ba flower pot in late afternoon.
A peach branch is priced from at least VND200,000 ($10).
Sweet-briar only appears at Tet. At Quang An flower market, a bunch of 50
sweet-briar branches is sold at VND130,000 ($6).
Flowers and ornamental trees are delivered to customer homes.
Lac Long Quan flower market.
A family buys two peach branches.
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