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Vietnam: Ornamental plant exhibition opens in HanoiA variety of ornamental trees and birds from around the country are on display in an exhibition in Phuc Tho District on the outskirts of Hanoi.
The event is divided into four sections, including an exhibition area of nearly 1,000 typical ornamental trees; an exhibition area of orchids, decorative flowers, rocks, birds and garden tools; a trade fair and an area for cultural performances.
Visitors to the exhibitions, who are businessmen or garden owners from Vietnam and abroad, will have the opportunity to exchange experiences, share their creative works and forecast the new trends of ornamental items on the market.
This yearís exhibition is the second of its kind. It runs until December 19. The first exhibition, held January 8-15, 2016, displayed over 1,200 works of ornamental plants and birds from across Vietnam.
Read more at VietNam Net
Publication date: 12/7/2017
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