Flower Or Plant, National

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271. Flower Or Plant, National (See also Flower, State.)

  1. almond blossom of Israel. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  2. blue anemone of Norway. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  3. blue cornflower of West Germany. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  4. cantua of Bolivia . [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  5. carnation of Egypt and Spain. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  6. cattleya of Brazil. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  7. ceibo of Argentina. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  8. chrysanthemum of Japan. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  9. cinchona of Ecuador. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  10. dahlia of Mexico. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  11. edelweiss of Switzerland. [Flower Symbolism: Jobes, 490]
  12. fern of New Zealand. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  13. flame lily of Rhodesia. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  14. fleur-de-lis of France. [Flower Symbolism: Halberts, 28]
  15. frangipani of Laos. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  16. golden wattle of Australia. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  17. hibiscus of Malaysia. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  18. jasmine (also rose ) of Indonesia. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  19. leek of Wales. [Flower Symbolism: Brewer Note-Book, 334]
  20. lily of then city-state Florence. [Flower Symbolism: Brewer Note-Book, 334]
  21. lily of the valley of Finland. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  22. linden of former Prussia. [Flower Symbolism: Brewer Note-Book, 334]
  23. lotus of India. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  24. maple leaf of Canada. [Flower Symbolism: Jobes, 283]
  25. mignonette of the former Saxony. [Flower Symbolism: Brewer Note-Book, 334]
  26. orchid of Venezuela. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  27. poppy of Greece. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  28. protea of South Africa. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  29. red rose of England. [Flower Symbolism: Brewer Note-Book, 334]
  30. rhododendron of Nepal. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  31. rose of Honduras. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  32. sampaguita of Philippines. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  33. shamrock of Ireland. [Flower Symbolism: Brewer Note-Book, 334]
  34. thistle of Scotland. [Flower Symbolism: Halberts, 38]
  35. tulip of Netherlands. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
  36. violet of then city-state Athens. [Flower Symbolism: Brewer Note-Book, 334]
  37. white orchid of Guatemala. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]