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Prunus cerasoides belongs to the family of cherry trees,blooms in the height of over 1,000 metres above the sea level. Mong ethnic people refer to it as ‘wild peach blossoms’.
Prunus cerasoides is seen to bloom around late December.
When the prunus cerasoides season begins, mountain slopes and forests are covered with a carpet of vibrant colours of these flowers.
Prunus cerasoides is believed to represent good news happening to people and families.
This type of flower has five delicate petals with red stamen.
A beautiful carpet of prunus cerasoides among majestic mountains and forests.
Prunus cerasoides are in full bloom in several communes such as Nam Khat, Pung Luong, De Xu Phinh, Lao Chai, especially in La Pan Tan commune.
Every corner of the region is covered with vibrant colours of prunus cerasoides.
Prunus cerasoides is a special symbol of Mu Cang Chai district.

Breathtaking scenery of prunus cerasoides in Mu Cang Chai


These days, prunus cerasoides cherry trees are in full bloom in Mu Cang Chai, creating breathtaking scenery across majestic mountains and forest in the northern province of Yen Bai.