Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

Between the foot of Hau Giang Street and the crossroads of Hau Giang Street and Nguyen Van Luong Street, there are more than ten flower shops selling flowers and flower arrangement tools. Ho Chi Minh City people call the area Hau Giang Flower Market. Established in 2005, Hau Giang is one of the top three flower markets selling flowers and plants used to decorate in Ho Chi Minh City. Although it is not as big as Dam Sen Flower Market and Ho Thi Ky Flower Market, Hau Giang Flower Market is a favorite place to buy flowers at cheap prices in District 6, Saigon.

Location

Location: Ward 12, District 6, Ho Chi Minh City. CLICK HERE to see the location of Hau Giang Flower Market which is 9 km from Ben Thanh Market.

Opening hours: some flower stores open from the early morning to the late night, the others open for 24 hours.

What are sold at Hau Giang Flower Market?

The flower market sell dozens of types of flowers and leaves which are from Dalat, Tien Giang at retail and wholesale. Daisies, showy prairie gentian (hoa cát tường), roses, gerberas (hoa đồng tiền), carnations (hoa cẩm chướng), lotus flowers (hoa sen), tuberoses (hoa huệ), gladiolus flowers (lay ơn), dyed dried and fresh baby’s breath flowers (hoa bi), cornstalk dracaena leaves (lá phát tài), ferns (dương xỉ), Asparagus cochinchinensis leaves (lá thiên môn) are popular flowers and leaves at the market.

Besides flowers and leaves, the flower shops also sell flower arrangement supplies including baskets, ribbons, bows, wraps, vases, baskets of flowers and flower wreaths. Prices at the market are cheap, customers usually stop motorbikes in front of the stores and buy the flowers easily and quickly.

Yellow daisies are the most popular flowers arranged on ancestral altars - Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

Yellow daisies are the most popular flowers arranged on ancestral altars. This shop also sell showy prairie gentian flowers, lotus flowers, baby’s breath flowers and leaves.

white and yellow daisies, yellow, pink, orange, red gerberas - Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

White and yellow daisies, yellow, pink, orange, red gerberas.

Tuberoses are usually arranged on ancestral altars - Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

Tuberoses are usually arranged on ancestral altars.

Yellow, red, pink, orange carnations - Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

Yellow, red, pink, orange carnations.

Floral foams, decorations, wraps are sold popularly at Hau Giang Market - Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

Floral foams, decorations, wraps are sold popularly at Hau Giang Market.

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Hau Giang Flower Market at Tet Festival

Flowers markets in Ho Chi Minh City are more crowded at festivals, holidays and celebrations. There are more flowers and leaves arranged in the shops. On Valentine’s Day, Women’s Day, Teacher’s Day, roses dominate the market. At Buddhist festivals, customers buy more lotus flowers, tuberoses and daisies to arrange on altars and offer Buddhas in pagodas and temples.

At Tet festival, they sell branches of dyed dried rosa canina (dog roses) in different colors, arranged in vases, decorated with artificial yellow/pink apricot blossoms, bows, decorative strings, red envelopes, parallel sentences. The stores near the foot of Hau Giang Bridge turn red at Tet festival. Other stores sell pots of marigolds, daisies, yellow apricot trees, coconut fruits, soursop fruits for decorating houses.

At Tet festival, Hau Giang Flower Market is full of flowers for Tet and customers who buy the flowers at wholesale and retail - Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

At Tet festival, Hau Giang Flower Market is full of flowers for Tet and customers who buy the flowers at wholesale and retail.

This vendor is going to install a bulb in order to illuminate the vases of dog roses at night and attract more customers - Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

This vendor is going to install a bulb in order to illuminate the vases of dog roses at night and attract more customers. Most of the vendors are friendly and help customers to buy the freshest flowers and appropriate types of flowers.

Dog roses - Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

Dog roses are usually dried, dyed and arranged in vases, decorated with bows, artificial flowers, decorative strings with good meanings.

A coffee shop and convenience store becomes a flower shop at Tet festival - Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

A coffee shop and convenience store becomes a flower shop at Tet festival.

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This shop sells marigolds which represent longevity, golden apricot trees - the symbol of spring, corn plants, rice plants which represent new vitality and abandance in food, coconut fruits, soursop fruits - two popular fruits used to arrange the traditional Vietnamese five fruit tray - Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

This shop sells marigolds which represent longevity, golden apricot trees – the symbol of spring, corn plants, rice plants, coconut fruits, soursop fruits.

Yellow daisies, pots of plants have good meanings are sold popularly at the market at Tet - Hau Giang Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

Yellow daisies, pots of plants have good meanings are sold popularly at the market at Tet.

There is no enough space to place flowers, vendors must put them in an alley at Tet festival.

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