Layered with delicate fully bloomed harbingers of spring, Baika or plum blossom is quite common in Chinese culture and saw a rise in popularity during the Tang period. As they bloom earlier than other flowers they represent the changing of seasons. There is also a festival in the name of the plum blossom flower.
They have been used in many Chinese illustrations along with a singing bird.
This beloved flower of China is associated with good health, beauty, and purity.
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