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In December, Mu Cang Chai rural district in Vietnam’s northwestern region is coated in pink wild peach blossoms. (Photo: Thinh Dao)
The flowers can only be found in the mountains 1,000 meters above sea level. (Photo: Pham Hoang Cuong)
The blooming season of “tớ dày”” flowers often begins late November and early December, starting with tiny blossoms. (Photo: Pham Hoang Cuong)
(Photo: Pham Hoang Cuong)
These tiny blossoms grow in full bloom over night (Photo: Labor Newspaper)
“Tớ dày” blossoms look best from the end of December to late January. (Photo: Labor Newspaper)
According to village elders, Mong ethnic people first saw these flowers on their way to the forests long ago .
(Photo: Dinh Tuan/VOV)
Tớ dày flowers have thick pink petals with long red pistils. (Photo: Dinh Tuan/VOV)
(Photo: VOV)
(Photo: Thinh Hao)
Local Mong people wear new clothes and play the panpipe to welcome their traditional New Year on the last lunar month. (Photo: VOV)
The first “tớ dày” Flower Festival takes place in Mu Cang Chai on December 24, 2022. (Photo:
“Tớ dày” flower becomes a unique tourism attraction of Mu Cang Chai. (Photo:

Tớ dày flowers bring spring to Mu Cang Chai

(VOVWORLD) - Vietnam’s northern mountain region are blanketed with “tớ dày” or wild peach blossoms during these days.