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“🌸” meaning: cherry blossom, pink flower Emoji

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🌸Meaning and Description

A pink cherry blossom with five petals. It was born in China and is well-known in Japan. It usually refers to the flower itself, which is cherry blossom and is often used to express romance, love, and hope.

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The meaning of emoji symbol 🌸 is cherry blossom, it is related to blossom, cherry, flower, it can be found in emoji category: "🐵 Animals & Nature" - "🌹 plant-flower".

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Wikipedia: 🌸 Cherry blossom
A cherry blossom is a flower of many trees of genus Prunus. They are also known as Japanese cherry and sakura (桜 or 櫻; さくら or サクラ ). It is considered the national flower of Japan.Wild species of cherry blossoms are widely distributed mainly in the northern hemisphere. According to the mainstream classification in Europe and the United States, there are about 400 species of cherry blossoms in the genus Prunus, and there are about 100 species of cherry blossoms in the genus Cerasus in the mainstream classification in Japan, China and Russia. In Europe and North America, however, there were not many wild cherry trees with many large flowers suitable for cherry blossom viewing. Many of them were different from the typical cherry tree shapes and flowers for cherry blossom viewing that people today imagine. In mainland China, there has been a culture of viewing Prunus mume since ancient times, and there were many wild species of cherry trees, but many of them had small flowers, and the distribution area of wild species of cherry trees, which bore large flowers suitable for hanami, was often limited to a small area away from people's living areas. On the other hand, in Japan, Prunus speciosa (Oshima cherry) and Prunus jamasakura (Yamazakura), which bloom large flowers suitable for cherry blossom viewing and tend to become large trees, were distributed in a fairly wide area of the country and close to people's living areas. Therefore, it is considered that the culture of viewing cherry blossoms and the production of cultivars have developed historically in Japan.Many of the cherry trees currently enjoyed for cherry blossom viewing are not wild species but cultivar. Because cherry trees have a mutable trait, many cultivars have been created for cherry blossom viewing, especially in Japan. Since the Heian period in the medieval period, the Japanese have produced many cultivars by selecting superior or mutant individuals that were born from natural crossings of wild cherry trees, or by crossing them artificially, and then breeding them by grafting and cutting. Oshima cherry, Yamazakura, Prunus pendula f.ascendens (Edohigan)', and so on, which grow naturally in Japan, are easy to mutate, and especially Oshima cherry, which is an endemic species in Japan, tend to mutate into double-flowered, grow fast, have many large flowers, and have a strong fragrance; therefore, Oshima cherry has produced many sakura called Satozakura group as a mother of cultivars because of its favorable characteristics. The representative cultivars whose parent species is Oshima cherry are Yoshino cherry and Kanzan, Yoshino cherries are actively planted in Asian countries, and Kanzan is actively planted in Western countries.In Europe, from the late 19th century to the early 20th century, Collingwood Ingram, an Englishman, collected and studied Japanese cherry blossoms, and created various ornamental cultivars, and the culture of cherry blossom viewing began to spread. In the United States, cherry blossom viewing began to spread after Japan presented cherry blossoms as a token of friendship in 1912. 🔗 Cherry blossom
🌐: ساكورا, Sakura, Behar, Sakura ozdobná, Sakura, Sakura (cerezo), ساکورا, Kirsikat, Sakura, Trešnjin cvijet, Cseresznyevirág, Sakura, Fiore di ciliegio, サクラ, საკურა, 벚꽃, Sakura, Pokok Bunga Sakura, ချယ်ရီပန်း, Sakura (bloesem), Sakura, Sakura (cerejeira), Sakura, Сакура, Sakura (Japonsko), Трешњин цвет, Sakura, ซากูระ, Sakura, Японська вишня, Hoa anh đào, 樱花.

🌸Examples and Usage

🔸 Rikugien in Japan is the best 🌸 cherry blossom scenic spot, and there are lots of tourists every year.
🔸 The oriental cherry is in full blossom. 🌸

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Date Range: 2017-05-14 - 2022-05-01
Update Time: 2022-05-09 18:06:28 UTC
🌸and in the last five years, the popularity of this emoji has continued to rise.In 2017 and 2018, the trend of its popularity converge.In 2019, the trend of its popularity rate began to rise.

🌸Basic Information

Emoji: 🌸
Shortname: cherry blossom
Apple Name: Cherry Blossom
Known as: Pink Flower | Sakura
Codepoint: U+1F338 Copy
Shortcode: :cherry_blossom: Copy
Decimal: ALT+127800
Unicode Version: 6.0 (2010-10-11)
Emoji Version: 1.0 (2015-06-09)
Categories: 🐵 Animals & Nature
Sub Categories: 🌹 plant-flower
Keywords: blossom | cherry | flower

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