The round, stretchy, golden persimmons dangling from the tree not only make the viewer want to eat right away but also an ideal scene to attract tourists to check-in.
Located about 200m from the heart of tea hill, the “unnamed” rose garden in the Mia Duong sub-area, Moc Chau town (Son La) is a hot place sought by young people because of the romantic and autumnal scenery of the area. this garden.
The type of persimmon grown here is the Fuyu persimmon native to Japan. This persimmon variety was brought to Moc Chau for trial planting in 2000, and so far, this persimmon has become a local specialty.
The harvest season of Moc Chau crispy persimmon lasts for two months September and October, but many gardeners still keep the ripe persimmon area separate to serve the photography needs of visitors.
At this time, the persimmon has lost all its leaves, revealing clusters of plump, golden berries that stand out in the green space of the mountains.
The most suitable time to take photos at the rose garden is early morning or sunset, because then the gentle sunlight creates a beautiful color effect for the picture.
Currently, the entrance fee to the garden is 30,000 VND/person, with no time limit.
This is a crispy persimmon variety that originated in Japan.The main harvest season of this persimmon in Moc Chau is September and October every year.However, in order to serve the photography needs of tourists, some gardeners in this town still leave the ripe fruit naturally on the tree (Photo: WILD Horse)
After school, the children took advantage of the rose garden to play.Visitors can take pictures with these children and give them candy or clothes if they want (Photo: QUANG KIEN)
The dreamy beauty and cool weather of Moc Chau have attracted a large number of young people to come here to check-in.To take beautiful pictures, you should choose open corners, avoid being too crowded and prepare more photography props (Photo: WILD HORSE)
This rose garden has about 50 roses in full bloom. Each persimmon tree is planted in a straight line, about 5m apart, creating depth for the photo (Photo: QUANG KIEN)
Keyword: Go to Moc Chau to check in the rose garden at the end of autumn