HA NOI – In recent days, purple mop on Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hoan Kiem District, blooms brightly, attracting people and visitors to check-in.
The blooming purple mop was planted in three flower beds on Dinh Tien Hoang Street, the area close to The Huc bridge. From a distance, this flower has a simple beauty, not showy or green. But if you know the angle of the camera, visitors will get photos with a mountain atmosphere.
Many people said that they often pass through Hoan Kiem Lake, but most do not notice. Ms. Do Ngoc Anh, Doi Can (Hanoi), shared: “When I came here, I found out that there are beautiful flowers like this, I feel very excited and take many pictures”.
Purple grass is a species that withstands cold climates, is easy to grow, does not take care. Flowers are planted within the framework of the Project to build, renovate and embellish the area around Hoan Kiem Lake, which is directed by the People’s Committee of Hoan Kiem district to complete in mid-September 2020. Besides the purple reed grass, there are colorful flowers such as dahlia, five-color chrysanthemums, Japanese berries …
Visitors visiting the city on this occasion will see Hoan Kiem lake bearing a new look. The pavement is paved with marble, a system of multi-storey green trees and beautiful, clean flower and grass. However, in order to preserve and protect the landscape, visitors avoid stepping on trees, stepping over the fence to take pictures, littering indiscriminately.