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Old 02-04-2003, 07:32 AM
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Hi,

I'm a Vietnamese and I wanted to ask you the American
name for the vietnamese new year tree. The Vietnamese
name for the tree is "mai." I'm looking for the one
that blooms yellow flowers, called "mai vang."


Thank You,
Luc Tran



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Old 02-04-2003, 01:32 PM
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Default [IBC] looking for Do Xuan Tho or any boby who knows vietnamese bonsai species

Hi,

I'm a Vietnamese and I wanted to ask you the American
name for the vietnamese new year tree. The Vietnamese
name for the tree is "mai." I'm looking for the one
that blooms yellow flowers, called "mai vang."


Thank You,
Luc Tran

Luc

I found this doing a search on the web:

Yellow Plum Blossom (Mai Vang)

Whereas peach blossom is a distinctive product of the north especially
during the Lunar New Year Festival, yellow plum blossom is attributed to the
south. Yellow plum trees lose their leaves in the winter. Their trunk and
branches are softer than those of peach trees. The trunk and branches of
yellow plum trees can be bent and trimmed into ornamental figures.

Found at
http://www.vietnamtourism.com/vietna...s/vif.flowers.
htm just to give credit.

Len

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Sorry, although I saw many of these in Vietnam I do not know the western or
scientific name of the tree.
Jerry Meislik
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I'm a Vietnamese and I wanted to ask you the American
name for the vietnamese new year tree. The Vietnamese
name for the tree is "mai." I'm looking for the one
that blooms yellow flowers, called "mai vang."


Thank You,
Luc Tran



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