The hibiscus has five petals that each represent a different quality and come together to represent ultimate peace.

Dating to the Victorian era, the hibiscus meant “delicate beauty,” relating to the sunny and delicate conditions under which it will bloom and to the fragility and beauty of its flower.

  • In Japan,  the hibiscus means “gentle.” It is given in honor of visitors and represents the friendly customs of the Japanese.
  • In South Korea, the hibiscus, despite the flower’s fragility, means “immortality” & in weddings, it represent the immortality of love.
  •  In Malaysia, the hibiscus is the nation’s national flower and means “celebration flower” representing life and courage.

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