Tay Tuu flower village in Spring

(VOVworld) - Tay Tuu flower village, located 15 km from Hanoi’s center in Bac Tu Liem District, is the traditional flower center of Hanoi. In recent years, in addition to common varieties of flowers like daisies, gerbera, and roses, Tay Tuu villagers have planted more expensive flowers like lilies, and violets. Despite advancing urbanization, Tay Tuu farmers have so far been able to preserve their lands and traditional occupation.   
Visiting Tay Tuu flower village in the days before Lunar New Year, you will see a variety of colorful flowers, carefully manipulated to ensure they will bloom beautifully just time for Tet.
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Tay Tuu flower village provides a vast quantity of fresh flowers for Tet
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Daisies are one of the most popular flowers in Tay Tuu.
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Daisies are one of the most popular flowers in Tay Tuu
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The daisies grown in Tay Tuu village are diverse
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Lilies are another one of people’s favorite flowers. The fields of lilies have been expanded to meet buyers demand
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Lilies are another one of people’s favorite flowers. The fields of lilies have been expanded to meet buyers demand.
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The gerberas are blooming beautifully
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The gerberas are blooming beautifully
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Local farmers carefully tend for the rose buds before Tet
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Local farmers carefully tend for the rose buds before Tet

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Lilies have been growing for 3 years. They require careful timing to keep them from blossoming too soon or too late

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Lilies have been growing for 3 years. They require careful timing to keep them from blossoming too soon or too late

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