In autumn, ox-eye daisy (marguerite) in their full bloom become the spotlights of flower gardens in Hanoi, attracting hordes of people who look to snap beautiful images of the scenery.
The flower gardens on Thach Cau Street in Long Bien District or on the banks of the Red River in Tay Ho District have emerged as must-visit destinations for visitors to capture the beauty of ox-eye daisy every autumn over the past years.
The white flower season lasts from late October to early December annually. Between late October and early November, the ox-eye daisy begins to bloom, coloring the romantic and quiet autumn in Hanoi.
In the remaining days of autumn, tiny small white ox-eye daisy flowers quiver in the light breeze, drawing a beautiful scene.
The Ao Dai, the national traditional long dress, is also one of people's favorite outfits to be photographed among the ox-eye daisy flowers.
The owners of the flower gardens also provide full services of renting Ao Dai, selling bunches and crowns of ox-eye daisies for visitors to have the best experience of photo shootings.
The most favorable time for shooting with the ox-eye daisy in the gardens is in the early morning and the late afternoon when the sunlight is not too intense and makes the photos more harmonious and fairly bright.
Girls take memorable photos as the daisies bloom in late October.