Did you know?

The national flower of Korea is the Hibiscus syriacus (known in Korea as ‘Mugunghwa’). Theflower’s symbolic significance stems from the Korean word mugung, which means “eternity” or “inexhaustible abundance”.

The national flower of Australia is the Acacia pycnantha (commonly known as the GoldenWattle). The Australian coat of arms includes a wreath of wattle, and the green and gold colours used by Australian sporting teams were inspired by the colours of wattles.mugunghwa

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