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National Flower Of Korea

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  • In a number of countries, plants have been chosen as symbols to represent specific geographic areas. Some countries have a country-wide floral emblem; which national floral emblem is the Plumeria, others in addition have symbols representing subdivisions.
  • an Asian peninsula (off Manchuria) separating the Yellow Sea and the Sea of Japan; the Korean name is Dae-Han-Min-Gook or Han-Gook
  • Tucano (also Tukana, Tucana, Tukano, Dasea, Juruti, Juriti, Yuruti, Tariana, Tariano, Konea, Korea, Patsoka, Wahyara; autonym: Dahseye) is a Tucanoan language spoken in Amazonas, Brazil and Colombia.
  • (korean) a native or inhabitant of Korea who speaks the Korean language
  • A region in eastern Asia that forms a peninsula between the East Sea and the Yellow Sea, now divided into the countries of North Korea and South Korea. Ruled from the 14th century by the Korean Yi dynasty but more recently dominated by the Chinese and Japanese in turn, Korea was annexed by Japan in 1910. Following the Japanese surrender at the end of World War II, it was partitioned along the 38th parallel in 1948
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National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Wildflowers--E: Eastern Region - Revised Edition
National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Wildflowers--E: Eastern Region - Revised Edition

This fully revised edition brings a new level of beauty, accuracy, and usefulness to the field guide that wildflower enthusiasts have relied upon for more than 20 years.

More than 940 all-new, full-color images show the wildflowers of western North America close-up and in their natural habitats. The guide has been completely revised to make identification in the field easier than ever. Images are grouped by flower color and shape and keyed to clear, concise descriptions that reflect current taxonomy.

This compact guidebook, produced to the National Audubon Society's high standards of quality, gives full descriptions of more than 650 species found east of the Rocky Mountains, along with notes on several hundred more. The eminently sensible organization relies on first-impression visible characteristics rather than the elaborate keys of some older texts--a format well suited to beginning wildflower enthusiasts. If, for instance, you wanted to identify a long-stemmed, tubular red flower that you found in a grove of loblolly pines, you would first turn to the color plates, find the section devoted to red flowers, find a likely match from the 30-odd choices, and then turn to the text to see that the flower's habitat and range made a good fit, ruling out those species that do not. After a few minutes' looking, you'll have identified a trumpet honeysuckle. Well written and richly illustrated, this peerless guide makes the ideal companion for an expedition to eastern wood or prairie. --Gregory McNamee

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Rhododendron (The national flower of Nepal)
Rhododendron (The national flower of Nepal)
Rhododendron is a genus of flowering plants in the family Ericaceae. It is a large genus with over 1000 species and most have showy flower displays. It includes the plants known to gardeners as azaleas. It is the national flower of Nepal, the State flower of Uttrakhand, India and the State Flower of both West Virginia and Washington in the USA.The Rhododendron is a genus characterized by shrubs and small to large trees, the smallest species growing to 10–100 cm tall, and the largest, R. giganteum, reported to over 30 m tall] The leaves are spirally arranged; leaf size can range from 1–2 cm to over 50 cm, exceptionally 100 cm in R. sinogrande. They may be either evergreen or deciduous. In some species the underside of the leaves is covered with scales (lepidote) or hairs (indumentum). Some of the best known species are noted for their many clusters of large flowers. There are alpine species with small flowers and small leaves, and tropical species such as section Vireya that often grow as epiphytes.Rhododendron fallacinum photographed in-situ on Mount Kinabalu, BorneoRhododendron is a very widely distributed genus, occurring throughout most of the Northern Hemisphere except for dry areas, and extending into the Southern Hemisphere in southeastern Asia and northern Australasia. The highest species diversity is found in the Himalayan mountains from Uttarakhand, Nepal and Sikkim to Yunnan and Sichuan, with other significant areas of diversity in the mountains of Indo-China, Korea, Japan and Taiwan. In addition, there are a significant number of tropical rhododendron species from southeast Asia to northern Australia, with 55 known species in Borneo and 164 in New Guinea. Relatively fewer species occur in North America and Europe. Very few rhododendrons have been reported from South America (Bolivia and Ecuador) and Africa (Algeria). L'Azalea e il Rododendro sono piante appartenenti al genere Rhododendron della famiglia delle Ericaceae, originario dell'Eurasia e America. Il nome deriva dalle parole greche ????? (rhodon, rosa) e ??????? (dendron, albero). Tale genere comprende oltre 500 specie, infiniti ibridi e varieta, di piante arbustive, che vanno da 40 a 90 cm[2], con chiome a portamento aperto, grandi, ruvide, ovali[3] o lanceolate, di colore verde scuro lucido[2] superiormente, piu chiare o di colore rugginoso sulla pagina inferiore, con il margine glabro e revoluto[4], fiori semplici o doppi, dai colori vistosi, campanulati, con lobi a volte ondulati, riuniti in grandi mazzi, alle estremita dei rami. Fioriscono fra la primavera e l'estate, a seconda della specie. Il genere Rhododendron e stato suddiviso in 8 sottogeneri. Font : Wikipedia
Korean National Flower
Korean National Flower
I don't know what this flower is called in English but I do know that its the Korean national flower. After the Taeguk (ying yang like symbol) its probably the most important symbol of Korea

national flower of korea
national flower of korea
Wildflowers of Shenandoah National Park: A Pocket Field Guide (Wildflowers in the National Parks Series)
The essential identification guide?with 150+ full-color photos
Shenandoah National Park may be best known for its stunning roadside views from the 105-mile Skyline Drive, but look closer while driving along or exploring one of its many trails and you’ll discover another key attraction: wildflowers. This information-packed, pocket-size field guide introduces a representative selection of the park’s wildflowers and their habitats in a colorful, durable, and portable package.

Including full-color photos and easy-to-understand descriptions, Wildflowers of Shenandoah National Park arranges species by color and family to aid in quick identification. With full cooperation from the Shenandoah National Park Association, this book will appeal to the 1.1 million visitors who travel to Shenandoah every year.