National Flowers Of Every Country

The lotus is a symbol of purity and spiritual enlightenment in Hindu and Buddhist traditions. It grows in muddy waters but blooms beautifully.

India - Lotus

The sakura, or cherry blossom, symbolizes the transient nature of life. Japan celebrates cherry blossom season with festivals known as "Hanami."

Japan - Cherry Blossom

The rose was named the national flower of the United States in 1986. It is a symbol of love and beauty and has various cultural associations.

United States - Rose

It is a combination of the white rose of York and the red rose of Lancaster, symbolizes the end of the Wars of the Roses and the unity of the country.

England - Tudor Rose

The fleur-de-lis, often depicted as an iris, is a symbol of French royalty and is associated with purity and the Virgin Mary.

France - Iris

While not a traditional flower, the sugar maple leaf is a national symbol and is featured prominently on the Canadian flag.

Canada - Maple Leaf

The peony is a symbol of wealth, prosperity, and honor in Chinese culture. It is often referred to as the "King of Flowers."

China - Peony

While not officially declared, the chamomile is often considered a symbol of Russia, representing simplicity and beauty.

Russia - Chamomile

Mugunghwa, or the rose of Sharon, is the national flower symbolizing immortality and the steadiness of the Korean people.

South Korea - Mugunghwa

The king protea, the largest of the protea species, is South Africa's national flower, representing diversity and strength.

South Africa - King Protea

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