Lily and Chinese Peony

Lily and Chinese Peony

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Lily: A species of Lilies; Botanical Name: Lilium Brownii Var. Viridulum
Chinese Peony: A species of Peony; Also known as: Common Garden Peony, Fragrant Peony, and White Peony; Botanical Name: Paeonia Lactiflora

Lily: A century of harmonious union, happy family, and great love.
Chinese Peony: Friendship, have a heart, beautiful and moving, reluctant, and inseparable.

Lily: In the West, it is a plant that shows its presence in variuos places, as crests and paintings as a motif of the Virgin Mary. Even in Asia, it is said that China has already established food and medicine usage in the 4th century. 
Chinese Peony: It is 1.7-2.5 feet tall and broad, with lobed leaves 8-16 inches long. They are large and round, opening into fragrant, cup- or bowl-shaped flowers 3-6 inches in diameter, with 5-10 white, pink, or crimson petals and yellow stamens. 

Lily: The name is derived from the flower which has the meaning of "pure", "passion", and "rebirth". Lily is short for Lillian, Liliana, or Lilith. It might be derived from the Greek word "louloudi" which means flower. 
Common Garden Peony: As an ornamental plant, it happens to have up to hundreds of different species varying in color, size, and appearance. Any of the varieties add beauty to any garden. Considering it is commonly planted in gardens, it is called the common garden peony. Interestingly, the word "peony" is derived from the Latin name "paeonia". 

Lily: The lily represents a century of harmonious union, great love, and profound blessing. The lily is uniquely quiet, symbolizing some of the characteristics women, such as independence and self-reliance. The lily is popular for its quiet and restrained characteristics. Ones with this birth flower have a pure character and are loved by all. But this is not enough for a peaceful life. He or she must have self-control, resisting the temptation to taint their inner innocence. 
Peony: Its flower shape is large and its color is bright and diverse, comparable to the peony, which is welcomed by people. Just like the peony, the chinese peony is also a flower of wealth and represents beauty and wealth. In ancient times, people gave the flower to each other to convey feelings of love, to express their yearning for each other, and also sadness and unwillingness in saying goodbye.