What Is the Italian National Flower?

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The national flower for Italy is the daisy. This is a small flower that grows to about 10-20 cm and has white flowers, but it may also have pink or red flowers. It is a flower that is normally classified under the genus of perennial grasses in Asteraceae.
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Italy has no national flower as country but some cities in it have their own. ...
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