The festival’s space is arranged into areas showcasing flowers, ornamental plants, bonsais, ornamental fruits, and miniature gardens.
Within the framework of the festival, the city’s garden has been decorated with more than 100,000 pots of flowers and 15 mini landscapes, making it an attractive check-in place for visitors to Da Lat City during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday.
The festival, hosted by the city People’s Committee, is an annual event to welcome the spring and the lunar New Year.
It also provides an opportunity for horticulturists to exchange experience and introduce their creations and ornamental plants to the public.
This year’s event will run until January 31.