I love plants. When I drove or when I strolled in the park or even around the neighborhood, I will always be amazed by the various shapes and styles that plants have chosen to present themselves for purposes of reproduction.
National/State Flower Series – East Asia 7 – Macau Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China – Nelumbo Nucifera
“Nelumbo nucifera, known by a number of names including Indian lotus, sacred lotus, bean of India
Hey, everybody, how is my little red flower, is it nice? I am old and sturdy but actually, I am young at heart…….
I love plants. When I drove or when I strolled in the park or even around the
“ I AM SIMPLE YET ELEGANT. I MAY BE COMMON, ORDINARY, NOT EYE CATCHING BUT IF YOU KNOW HOW TO TAKE CARE OF ME, I AM SURE YOU WOULD BE PROUD OF ME…”
Epipremnum Aureum also called golden pothos vines
“COMPETITION IS TOUGH BUT I CHOSE TO DISGUISE AS A PINK LITTLE BIRD… HOPEFULLY, THIS WILL ATTRACT MORE PEOPLE TO SHOWER ME WITH THEIR LOVES…”
During one of the Chinese New Years about 4-5 years back, I went to a
National Flower Series – East Asia 2 – People’s Republic of China – UNOFFICIAL
Although People’s Republic of China has not officially declared a national flower, everyone in China knows that the Republic’s unofficial national flower is peony (Paeonia Suffruticosa)
National Flower Series – East Asia 1 – Japan (De-facto or non-official)
Japan do not have officially declared national flowers like other countries. However, two flowers that have significant influences in Japanese cultures and histories : Chrysanthemum (菊花) and Cherry