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Rose: The National Flower of United States

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The National flower of United States is Rose. On November 20th, 1986, the president of USA Approved a resolution and declared Rose as the national flower of the country. The Rose is approximately 35 million years old and grows abundantly in north America. The Rose is one of symbol of America the red color of the Rose signifies the love as well as beauty and war and politics at the same time.

National Flower of United States

Interesting Fact About Rose:

The Rose Flower has a fruity sweet fragrance and its petals are edible and have been used in
medicines since the ancient times. The fruits of Rose (which are on the base) are highly nutritious
as the are rich in Vitamin C E And K, these Vitamins assists immune system. The Rose possess a numerous benefits for human health. Rose water extracted from Rose petals is very good hydrant for skin, it is also beneficial for eye sight. There are a plenty of color variation present there for Rose like black, yellow, red, white etc. On valentines day couples gift red roses to each other to show the love they feel for each other.

Why is rose the National Flower of United States ?

Rose represents the virtues of the United States of America and it also symbolizes love and affection between the people of the country.

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