Vietnam’s north-western mountainous region yellowed with Mexican sunflowers

Monday, 2021-11-29 15:18:09
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Mexican sunflowers in bloom by the roadside
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NDO - In the early winter when the first northeast winds arrive, Mexican sunflowers begin to come into full bloom, turning the roadsides and hillsides throughout north-western Vietnam into vibrant and bright yellows.

Along the roads in Dien Bien Province, Mexican sunflowers are in full bloom, creating a romantic and idyllic background.

The cool weather in early November is the time that Mexican flowers begin to yellow the hills and mountains in Dien Bien.

Mexican sunflowers show off their beauty by the maize and canna fields of ethnic minority people in Dien Bien.

A young girl poses for a photo with Mexican sunflowers.

Now is the prime time of Mexican sunflowers when hillsides, mountainsides and roadsides are brightened with the yellow hue of the flowers.

Mexican sunflower, whose scientific name is Tithonia diversifolia, is mainly found in the tropical and subtropical zones.

Photos by Le Lan and Quang Dat