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All About the Japanese Flowers - with Pictures

Amruta Joshi Sep 3, 2020
Momo
(Prunus Persica)
The Momo flower symbolizes sweetness of life.
Sakura
(Japanese Cherry)
Cherry blossom is the national flower of Japan.
Rabenda
(Lavender)
Lavender is a purple colored blossom with a white edge.
Shobu (Iris)
The Japanese iris are known to ring in good news.
Akaichurippu
 (Red Tulip)
Red tulips are very popular in a field of flowers or bouquet. And the name tulip comes from the Persian word turban.
Sakurasou
 (Primula Sieboldii)
This flower is called sakurasou because it looks like a Sakura, which is a flowering cherry tree.
Tsubaki
(Camellia)
Camellias are evergreen shrubs with glossy, dark green leaves.
Ume
(Japanese Apricot)
Japanese apricot is edible and bonsai suitable.
Kaneshon
(Carnation)
Carnations are a sweet symbol of love, in Japan and across the world.
Ajisai
(Hydrangea)
Hydrangeas is changing color according to the acidity of the soil, but is usually found as indigo blue
Akaibara (Red Rose)
Roses have a global meaning of romance and can be offered as a sign of love.
Himawari (Sunflower)
In japan, a sunflower festival (Himawari Matsuri) is celebrated. People attend the festival to admire the beauty of these sunflowers.