Different countries have different national flowers. Each country will have a flower that symbolizes them. We call it the national flower. The spiritual symbol of a country is the cultural heritage of a country. So, what is the national flower of each country in the world? Let’s go and understand together!
Although Japan is famous for cherry blossoms and is called the country of cherry blossoms, cherry blossoms are only a representative flower of the Japanese national spirit, and chrysanthemums are the national flowers of Japan. Chrysanthemum is a flower exclusively used by the Japanese royal family, and it can only be worn by folks at important moments such as weddings.
2、South Korea: Hibiscus
The national flower of South Korea is hibiscus. Because hibiscus is extremely tough, full of vitality, and has a strong vitality. The Koreans think that the national character of the Korean people who survived the ordeal but still survived is very similar to the hibiscus flower, so the hibiscus flower is used as the national flower to symbolize happiness and beauty.
When talking about the national flower of each country, everyone can think of the national flower cornflower of Germany. Centaurea’s hometown is in Europe, and cornflowers can be seen everywhere in Germany. The German people like cornflowers as a symbol of the optimistic patriotism and frugality of the Germanic people.
Some people think that the national flower of Thailand is a water lily, and some people say that the national flower of Thailand is an orchid. In fact, this is not true. The national flower of Thailand is a golden chain flower. Because the golden yellow laburnum is the same color as Thai Buddhism, and it has always been a symbol of good fortune in Thai culture, so it is regarded as the national flower of Thailand.
The people of the former Soviet Union like sunflowers very much and regard them as national flowers. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Russia will not change its love for sunflowers and will make it the national flower. Sunflowers are flowers that yearn for light, full of warmth and hope, representing that the Ross people are also pursuing light and warmth.
Iris and lily are very similar, so many people think that the national flower of France is actually a lily flower, in fact, the iris is the national flower identified by France. As the national flower of France, the iris was used by the French people to express light and freedom, and to symbolize the rights and religion of the ancient French prosperous house.
The national flower of Laos is “Chamba”, which blooms on the land of Laos all year round. The Lao people believe that plumeria is very holy and possesses all noble and beautiful characters. During Songkran Festival, they will use water soaked in plumeria to send people blessings.
8、Finland: Lily of the valley
Lily of the valley is small and exquisite. It will bloom flowers with a delicate fragrance. The flowers are like hanging bells, and they are the national flower of Finland. In the eyes of the Finnish people, Lily of the Valley stands for purity and happiness, giving a sense of freshness and good wishes, suitable for use as a national flower symbol of Finland.
The tulip is the most widely cultivated flower in the Netherlands and the national flower of the Netherlands. In Dutch legend, the flowers of the tulip were changed by the crown, the leaves were changed by the sword, and the roots were changed by gold.
Cactus The first national flower of Mexico. Cactus has been regarded by the Mexican people as a symbol of nationality and culture. The Mexican people think that they are like cacti, growing stubbornly and constantly fighting against harsh environments. Cacti are a sign of their unyielding struggle to defend their national interests.
11、Bangladesh: Water Lily
n ancient Greece and Rome, water lilies, like Chinese lotuses, were regarded as holy and beautiful incarnations, often used as sacrifices to goddesses. In the New Testament, there is also a saying that “holy things are made out of mud without staining.” Water lilies are born on August 5 each year. The flower language is clean, innocent, and charming. The water lilies in the minds of Germans are dazzling. Those born with this kind of flower blessing are born with an irresistible charm of the opposite sex, but it is difficult to get along with friends of the same sex in peace.
12、Jordan: Black Iris
Most varieties of irises, especially the “Iris of the genus Cyclamena”, are concentrated in the Middle East. Countries in which wild iris flowers are seen in this region include Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkey and other countries; Jordan’s black iris is dark purple and almost black, and its fragrance can be seen on the slopes of East Amman.
Norway’s national flower-Bitter heather, commonly known as Scottish heather, has a beautiful translation-Erica. The flower language is loneliness and betrayal. In the snowy North Europe, leaves and flower residues, small European heathers, standing petite bodies, grow stubbornly in the frozen wilderness, the mountains and the mountains, never wither, in the polar ice fields where everything is withered, bringing reeds to the reindeer Warm food in the harsh winter. Therefore, Ou Shinan symbolizes courage and selflessness.
Pansy is a common wildflower species in Europe. It is also often cultivated in parks. It is the national flower of Iceland and Poland. Flowers usually have three colors of purple, white and yellow, hence the name pansy. This species is more cold-tolerant, prefers coolness, and flowering is greatly affected by light. Three-colored salamanders are suitable for outdoor planting, regardless of flower beds, gardens, and potted plants, but not suitable for indoor planting. The Chinese herbal medicine pansy can also sterilize and treat acne, acne and allergies on the skin. The pansy medicinal bath also has a good breast enhancement effect.
n European tradition, lavender seems to be naturally related to love. A large number of love legends or folk customs involve lavender. “Lavender represents true love” is the most representative lyric in the time of Elizabeth. Lavender’s flower language is “waiting for love”, as shown in the TV series “Lavender”. Lavender means a kind of implicit love, a firm commitment, and after suffering, it can finally carry a child.
Daisy native to Europe is also known as marguerite. Its leaves are spatulate and rosette-shaped, densely dwarf, and green. The calyx was extracted from the leaves, and one flower was arranged in a row, with a simple appearance and harmonious colors. It bloomed in early spring and was full of vitality. With the gentleman’s grace and naive style, it was loved by the Italians, so it was recommended as the national flower.
In 1981, Singapore selected Zhuo Jin Bandai as the national flower. The appearance is beautiful, dignified, superb, but also exudes humility, symbolizing the temperament of the Singaporean people. The love column in the middle of the flowers, androgyny, symbolizes the source of happiness. The flower is supported by the opposite lobes below, symbolizing harmony, sharing happiness and shame. Open the pollen cover on the love column, there are two flower blocks inside, like two “golden eyes”, symbolizing farsightedness. It has infinite confidence and hope. Singaporeans love orchids and prefer Zhuo Jin Bandai. It is also able to compete in the worst conditions, symbolizing the nation’s hardworking and brave spirit.
18、United States: Rose
Roses have long symbolized beauty and love. The ancient Greek and Roman nations used roses to symbolize their love gods Aphrodite and Venus. The rose is a masterpiece created by Zeus in Greek mythology to boast to the gods of their abilities. The famous British rose war between Lancaster and York was also symbolized by red and white roses. Finally, the marriage ended with Henry VII and Elizabeth. In honor of the national flower of roses in England, the royal emblem was changed to red and white roses.
19、South Africa: Imperial Flower
The emperor flower, shrub, also known as linden, is native to South Africa and is the national flower of the Republic of South Africa. Symbol of victory, completeness, wealth and good fortune. It stands out with its huge flowers, gorgeous colors and elegant shapes, known as the king of flowers.
“Fusang” is Malaysia’s national flower, but it is called “Big Red Flower” there. Malaysians regard the “big red flower” as a symbol of the enthusiasm and heartfeltness of the Malay nation, and liken the fiery passion of loving the motherland.
21、Greece: olive oil
Olive oil is a world-famous woody oil and fruit tree species. The cultivar has high edible value and is rich in high-quality edible vegetable oil-olive oil. It is a well-known subtropical fruit tree and an important economic forest. It is mainly distributed in Mediterranean countries, Greece, Italy , Tunisia and Spain are the concentrated producing areas. Countries around the world are now introduced and cultivated and are abundant in the Mediterranean climate.
22、Argentina: Cypress Flowers
Saibo flower, tall tree shape, majestic and burly, branches stretch, red as blood, huge as a cup, leaves almost exhausted in full bloom, from a distance, it looks like a group of flames burning and cheerful jumping on the branches, very imposing. Therefore, it has always been regarded as a symbol of heroes.
In Australia, Acacia is the most representative plant and is the national flower. Acacia is also known as acacia thorny shrubs or small trees of the genus Leguminosae. It has two pinnate compound leaves and a head-shaped inflorescence clustered in the leaf axils. When in bloom, it looks like a golden pompom.
Libya is a country along the Mediterranean coast of North Africa. Its national flower is the pomegranate flower. The pomegranate tree is a deciduous shrub. The pomegranate flowers are single leaves opposite or clustered, and the surface is smooth and orange-red. The flower language is mature beauty, wealth and grandchildren.
Jialan, the backward curl of the petals is an important feature, the flower name comes from the Latin meaning of “amazing” and “beautiful”. The petals are wavy petals, showing beauty beyond reality. Mostly it is cultivated in large pots. The pillars are wrapped with ribbons. The outside of the pots is wrapped with thin wrapping paper. The ribbons are tied to add a sense of beauty and glory.
Calla lily is commonly used in bridal bouquets in European and American countries. It is also the national flower of Ethiopia. The colors are white, red, yellow, silver star, purple spot, etc. Generally speaking, the white ones are called calla, and the colored ones are called alocasia. Symbol of holiness and piety, eternal concentricity, good fortune, purity, like.
Jasmine is pure, rich, clear, and long-lasting. Its flower language means loyalty, respect, purity, chastity, simplicity, exquisiteness, and charm. Many countries use it as a flower of love. Young men and women send jasmine flowers to express their firm love. It also serves as a flower of friendship and is passed on among people. Putting a jasmine wreath around the guest’s neck and hanging it on his chest, showing respect and friendship, has become a kind of hospitality etiquette.
28、Myanmar: Dragon Boat Flower
Dragon Boat Flower is native to southern China and Malaysia. It was introduced to Britain at the end of the 17th century and later introduced to European countries. The dragon boat flower has a beautiful plant shape, dense flowering, rich flower colors, and flowers to enjoy all year round. Is an important potted woody flower. Widely used for potted ornamental.
29、Indonesia: Jasmine Mao
Jasmine is a symbol of purity and enthusiasm in the eyes of the people of the Philippines, the flower of love and the flower of friendship. The Filipinos call jasmine “Samba-Jita”, which is the term used by young men and women to express love, meaning “the vow of love”, so jasmine is also called “the oath of flowers”.
Azalea’s flower phrase is “forever belongs to you” and represents the joy of love. It is said that people who like azaleas are innocent and innocent. When they see the azaleas in full bloom, the god of love comes. In addition, the rhododendron’s flower language still has “the desire to control”. The biggest reason is that it only blooms in its own flowering season, even though the rhododendron always gives people a lively and noisy feeling.
31、Bhutan: Artemisia annua
Artemisia annua, an annual or perennial herb, is mainly produced in south-central Asia, and is more common in countries such as Myanmar. Artemisia annua is the national flower of Bhutan. Flower language: tenacious vitality.
32、Pakistan: Su Xin
Pakistan is an Islamic Republic. According to the teachings of Islam, people must emit a pleasant aroma in public places or in front of others. Because the teachings of Islam are deeply rooted in people’s hearts, the frangipani with a pleasant fragrance is regarded as a symbol of faith by Pakistani people. It was integrated into daily life and later became the national flower.
The choice of national flowers in each country is very moral. When you travel to these countries, don’t miss the appreciation of national flowers.