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Local flower market busy ahead of Tet

By Ngoc Nguyen

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BINH PHUOC — With the Tet holiday approaching, the Binh Long flower market in Binh Phuoc Province is busier than ever, with a large number of merchants and shoppers.

The flower market at Binh Long Park in Binh Long District only lasts from January 14 to 21 (the 23rd to the 30th of the final lunar month). It has attracted hundreds of gardeners and merchants in the province and others like Binh Duong, Ben Tre and Tien Giang.

A variety of flowers and ornamental trees have been put on sale at the market, comprising apricot blossom trees, marigolds, chrysanthemums, cockscombs, paperflowers and kumquat plants.

Many people have come to the market to buy flowers, take photos, and admire the beauty of the flowers signaling the arrival of the spring.

Local people buy flowers to decorate their homes at Tet
Many kinds of flowers are displayed along the street
Merchants sell off cockscomb flowers at reduced prices before getting back to their hometown
A crane truck carries an old apricot blossom tree
The flower market attracts lots of young people to visit and take photos
A corner of the market is lit up with yellow hues of chrysanthemums and colorful balloons
Local people come to buy flowers at the market
Cockscomb flowers and yellow chrysanthemums are good for Tet decoration
A stall displays chrysanthemums
Apricot blossom plants are expensive
Many types of drinks and ice cream are available at the market, serving the need of young visitors and local people
A stall sells lots of decorations and artificial flowers
Local people come to enjoy the flowers and the bustling atmosphere at the market
Locals choose to buy flowers and carry them home on motorbike

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