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Names of Eternal Flowers in Different Countries or Regions

Posted on August 04 2019

Names of Eternal Flowers in Different Countries or Regions

 

The most common name of the eternal flower is "eternal flower", but there are other names in different regions.

In Taiwan, immortal flowers have the main alias of "non-withered flowers", followed by "eternal flowers" and "star flowers". This is because when the immortal flower was first introduced, it was more often called "non-withered flower". However, since 2017, the name "Eternal Flower" has become more common, and the name "No Withering Flower" has been frequently mentioned since then.

In Hong Kong, when the immortal flower was first introduced, it was often referred to as "preserved flower" or "preserved flower" in English. Therefore, it was nicknamed "preserved flowers" at the beginning, although at the same time, quite a few people called it "immortal flowers". In 2019, the name "Eternal Flower" will start to be relatively common, but in general, the two names are about half each. In addition, a few people call it "dead flower."

In Macau, the eternal flower is called "eternal flower" and has no other name.

In Malaysia, "eternal flower" is the most common name. In English, it is "preserved flower", "forever rose", "preserved flowers", "forever flower" and "preserved rose".

In Singapore, "preserved flowers" is the most common name for eternal flower, followed by "preserved flower", "preserved rose", "forever rose", "forever flower" and "everlasting flower".

In Europe, America, the Middle East, and Africa, the English names of the eternal flower are in order: "forever rose", "forever flowers", "forever flower", "eternal rose", "eternal flowers", "eternal flower", "preserved flowers". , "Preserved flower", "preserved rose", "everlasting flower", "everlasting rose", and "everlasting flowers".