Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province

Recent months have seen the rocky plateau of the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang become covered in buckwheat flowers, serving to create a poetic and romantic picture.

Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Between late October and December backpackers typically head to Ha Giang province in order to witness the beauty of buckwheat blossoms.
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Driving up the winding mountainous roads to Ha Giang represents a fun challenge for visitors, especially when they can enjoy the sight of the buckwheat flowers at the end of the journey.
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Local people typically use buckwheat flowers as cattle feed. In addition, these flowers can be cooked with wine and corn in order to brew a very unique type of wine.
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
These tiny flowers tend to attract plenty of tourists. Indeed, posing for photos with these buckwheat flowers in the northern mountainous region proves to be an unmissable activity each autumn.
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Buckwheat flowers usually enter full bloom between late October and December annually.
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
The flowers of the buckwheat plant possess a pleasant fragrance for people to enjoy.
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
The natural scenery serves to attract tourists from across the country, especially adventurous younger travelers.
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Buckwheat flowers are beautifully white in colour with a slight pink tinge.
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
Buckwheat flowers beautify northern mountainous Ha Giang province
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