Hanoi’s lavender garden, romantic check-in place for youngsters

As the lavender garden in Long Bien, Hanoi is in full bloom, youngsters in Hanoi are flocking to the place to admire and take photos amidst the purple flower carpet.

lavender garden, lavender garden (Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

The lavender garden is newly-opened in Long Bien district, Hanoi, drawing huge attention.

lavender garden, lavender garden (Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

The lavender garden appears for the first time in the northern capital of Hanoi. This is the famous lavender type imported from Canada.

lavender garden, lavender garden (Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

The romantic beauty of the garden attracts young people.

lavender garden, lavender garden (Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

According to the gardeners, this lavender species is imported from Canada, therefore, the flowers are carefully tended under strict growing rules.

lavender garden, lavender garden (Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

The flowers seeds were sowed some 5 months ago. Its blooming days last quite long, from 2-3 months.

lavender garden, lavender garden (Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

The garden is home to 70,000 lavenders, covers an area of 12,000-meter square.

lavender garden, lavender garden (Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

Each flower tree can measure up to 1m high, grows in a cluster, and boasts tiny petals.

lavender garden, lavender garden (Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)
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