The National Flower of the Republic of China was officially designated as the
plum blossom by the Executive Yuan of the Republic of China on July 21, 1964.
Mǔ dān--牡丹. The national flower of People's Republic of China is considered as
peony(Chinese: 牡丹, Pinyin: mǔ dān) by publics, but it's not designated by the ...
Details about national flower of China, native and popular flowers grown in China
. It also gives information about sending native and Popular flowers to China ...
Jan 8, 2013 ... Flowers have a privileged position in Chinese culture. ... and is considered by
many as the country's national flower (not officially declared).
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Oct 1, 2009 ... 中国的国花： 牡丹National Flower of China： Peony ... @Jack Zhang The Peony is
my favorate Flower , i realy would like to grow them here in ...
National Flower: China does not have an "official" national flower, but the tree
peony can be regarded as a national favorite. Peony was voted to the top in a ...
Apr 18, 2013 ... Although the People's Republic of China has not officially declared a national
flower, everyone in China knows that the Republic's unofficial ...
National flower. ... white and gives off a delicate fragrance, has great symbolic
value for the Chinese people because of its resilience during the harsh winter.
Jul 22, 2005 ... With 5000 years of history you can't have just one National Flower. China is
finding it difficult to chose a single representative from among the ...