Hue reproduces ceremony to erect evil-dispelling tree Culture - Sports

Hue reproduces ceremony to erect evil-dispelling tree

A ceremony to erect cay neu, a tall bamboo tree believed to ward off ghosts and monsters from entering the community during Tet, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, was re-enacted in the former imperial city of Hue, central Thua Thien-Hue province, on February 11.
Society

Craft villages prepare for upcoming Tet

Craft villages in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue and garden houses in the southern province of Binh Phuoc are busy at the moment preparing for Tet holiday, which falls on February 19, reported by The Voice of Vietnam (VOV).
Flower sellers expecting Tet sales growth Business

Flower sellers expecting Tet sales growth

Gardeners in southern provinces and Ho Chi Minh City's suburban districts of 12, Thu Duc and Go Vap are hoping that their hard work will pay off for the coming Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday.
Society

Kumquat trees wilt as peaches flourish

With only six weeks left before Tet, kumquat growers in Hanoi's Tay Ho district's Tu Lien ward are facing losses because many trees in their gardens have withered. However, peach blossom growers in Nhat Tan ward have seen a bumper season.
Peach and Kumquat growers optimistic for New Year season Society

Peach and Kumquat growers optimistic for New Year season

As Tet nears, peach and kumquat trees growers in Hanoi look forward to bountiful crops and good business after a year of favourable growing weather, according to an article published on the English language news portal dtinews.vn.
Ornamental plants - indispensable part of Tet Society

Ornamental plants - indispensable part of Tet

These days, driving in the streets, one can feel Tet (Lunar New Year) is coming. The streets are decorated with coloured lights and red banners. Streets which are used to selling ornamental plants and flowers become more colourful. Report by the online Hanoitimes.
Business

Profits fail to bloom for flower farmers

Farmers in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta have managed a good supply of flower and ornamental trees for the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year) festival despite the long and heavy flooding the region suffered last year.
Society

Peach trees get a second chance

Uprooted peach trees look dead and the blossoms faded after being uprooted and display in households over Tet. So few people think of replanting and tending them for the next lunar new year.
Society

Kumquat, peach tree growers expect bumper crop

Peach and kumquat growers in Hanoi are looking forward to a bumper crop as the weather has become rather cold, with the occasional warm day during the years-end.

Although the Tet (Lunar New Year) festival is still to come, the kumquat fields have started to turn yellow while the red peach blossoms are in bud. Many owners of peach orchards in Nhat Tan have gathered their ornamental trees together and are waiting for buyers.