Most countries in the world have their own national trees and flowers. They are the symbol of a country and reflecting each country’s culture, spirit, value as well asaethestic standard.
National Trees and Flowers Collection was established in 1999 to celebrate Expo’99, the World Horticultural Exposition. In the area of 1.3 ha, there are 52 national trees and flowers from 64 countries of six continents, such as national flower of Burma – prince of orange (Ixora chinensis), national flower of Laos - frangipani （Plumeria rubra）, national flower of Libya – pomegranate, the national flower of Madagascan - royal Poinciana (Delonix regia), the national flower of Russia – the sunflower, and the national flower of Belgium - azalea, etc.
national flower of Libya – pomegranate