24 Flowers That Start With N

1. Narcissus Tazetta

Narcissus Tazetta

Narcissus Tazetta, also known as the Chinese Daffodil, is a variant of the multi-flowered daffodil, a perennial herbaceous plant in the Amaryllidaceae family. The leaves of the daffodil emerge from a tubular sheath at the top of the bulb, from which the flower stems (commonly referred to as arrows) then sprout.

Typically, each bulb can produce 1-2 stems, though some may reach up to 8-11 stems, producing a cluster of flowers. The flowers usually have six petals which are yellow at the tips. The stamen is protected by a bowl-like cover.

Narcissus Tazetta

The bulb is oval to broadly oval and spherical, covered by a brownish membrane. The leaves are long and narrow, with the fruit capsule splitting down the back. The daffodil blooms in the spring.

Daffodils prefer warm, damp environments with good drainage. They have been cultivated in China for over a thousand years and are traditional ornamental flowers, ranked tenth among China’s top ten famous flowers.

The daffodil bulb is juicy and toxic, containing various alkaloids such as lycorine and pseudolycorine. It is used in surgery as a painkiller, and a crushed bulb can be used to treat abscesses. If cattle or sheep accidentally ingest the bulb, symptoms such as spasms, enlarged pupils and severe diarrhea will immediately occur.

2. Narcissus Pseudonarcissus

Narcissus Pseudonarcissus

Narcissus Pseudonarcissus, also known as the Yellow Daffodil, is a perennial herbaceous plant in the Amaryllidaceae family.

The bulb is spherical; the leaves stand upright and are linear; the flower stems are about 30 cm high, with a single flower at the top; the perianth tube is inverted conical and pale yellow, with the corona slightly shorter than or nearly as long as the perianth. The fruit is an oval capsule. It blooms from March to April.

Native to France, Spain, Portugal and other places, the Yellow Daffodil grows under shrubs in forests. It likes sunlight, can tolerate semi-shade, prefers cold and wet in winter and hot and dry in summer, and dislikes waterlogging.

The ideal soil is fertile, loose, well-drained and slightly acidic to slightly alkaline sandy soil rich in humus. Propagation is usually by bulb division or seed sowing.

Yellow Daffodils can be used as pot flowers for decoration in living rooms, balconies, windowsills and bedrooms, or they can be placed in flower beds, flower borders and lawns. They are also excellent materials for cut flowers. The Yellow Daffodil is the national flower of Wales, symbolizing “revisiting love” and respect. It is a world-famous bulbous flower.

3. Nelumbo Nucifera

Nelumbo Nucifera

The Nelumbo Nucifera, also known as the Lotus, belongs to the Nymphaeales order and Nelumbonaceae family. It represents two species in the Lotus genus: the “Lotus Flower” and the “Yellow Lotus”, as well as numerous artificially bred varieties.

The Lotus is a perennial aquatic herb. It has a long and thick rhizome with elongated nodes, and shield-shaped leaves. Its flowering period is from June to September, with numerous petals embedded in the receptacle.

The colors range from red, pink, white, to purple, or with patterns and edging. The nut is elliptical, and the seeds are ovate.

Nelumbo Nucifera

There are many types of lotus, divided into ornamental and edible categories. It is native to tropical and temperate regions of Asia.

The entire lotus plant is valuable: the lotus root and seeds are edible, and the seeds, rhizome, nodes, leaves, flowers, and seed germ can be used medicinally. The lotus is often praised for its purity, emerging unstained from the mud.

In May 1985, the lotus was rated as one of China’s top ten famous flowers. It’s also the national flower of India, Vietnam, and Malawi.

4. Nelumbo Nucifera “Oriental Pearl”

Nelumbo Nucifera “Oriental Pearl”

The Nelumbo Nucifera “Oriental Pearl” is a variety of bowl lotus. This aquatic plant is a microform lotus that grows in pots and bowls. It has shield-shaped leaves and sturdy leaf stalks covered with short spines.

The flower blooms at the top of the stem, with a diameter of 5-10 cm and a blooming period from June to September. The beautiful, fragrant flowers have red and pink petals in an elliptical shape.

Nelumbo Nucifera “Oriental Pearl”

The container used for growing the bowl lotus should be 25-750px in diameter, 20-625px deep, and made of a material that does not easily leak water. It needs full sunlight to grow and will show a strong phototropic response when grown in semi-shade.

This artificially cultivated variety originates from Jiangsu, China. The bowl lotus is petite and exquisite, presenting an extraordinary elegance.

When the flowers and leaves are lush, they are trimmed to create an alternating dense and sparse pattern, creating a pleasing arrangement. By placing miniatures such as hills, boats, or bridges in the pot or bowl, one can create a fascinating scene.

5. Nelumbo Nucifera “Snow White Princess”

Nelumbo Nucifera “Snow White Princess”

Nelumbo Nucifera “Snow White Princess” has a peach-shaped bud in white color with a diameter of about 12 cm. It is a double petal type, with most of the female stamens bubbling or petalizing, rarely setting fruit, and is as pure white as snow.

Snow White Princess” is one of the bowl lotus varieties. It is an aquatic plant, a miniature lotus grown in pots and bowls.

The leaves are shield-shaped round, the leaf stems are stout and short-spined; the flowers are solitary at the top of the flower stalk, the buds are peach-shaped, and greenish-white, double petal type. The growth period requires a fully illuminated environment, and it will show a strong phototropism in semi-shady places.

This artificially cultivated variety originated in Jiangsu, China. The bowl lotus is petite and exquisite, with an outstanding style. When its flowers are blooming and its leaves are lush, it is pruned to make it sparse and dense, with a neat layout.

6. Nelumbo Nucifera ‘Big Versicolor’

Nelumbo Nucifera 'Big Versicolor’

Nelumbo Nucifera ‘Big Versicolor’ was discovered in the Puzhehei area of Wenshan, Yunnan. This variety belongs to the large plant type, double petal type, and multicolored lotus in the Chinese lotus lineage.

The bud of this variety is round and peach-shaped, green, with a purple-red halo on the edge of the calyx, the flower is multicolored, mostly white, with a light green-yellow base, red patches on the edge, and green patches at the top of the inner petals.

The flower diameter is 18-25 cm, with many flowers, and the number of petals is 71-113. Some of the female stamens are petalized, some develop normally, and can bear lotus seeds. It is a large ornamental lotus, often used for garden greening, with extremely high ornamental value.

7. Nelumbo Nucifera ‘Guifeizuijiu’

Nelumbo Nucifera 'Guifeizuijiu’

Nelumbo Nucifera ‘Guifeizuijiu’ is a deciduous shrub, with green new branches having a purple halo, and short, thick branches. Its buds are round-tipped, with few tubers.

The leaves are usually twice trifoliate, with terminal leaflets being broad ovate, green on the surface, hairless, light green on the back, sometimes with white powder, and sparse short soft hairs or nearly hairless along the veins.

The flower is solitary at the top of the branch, with 5 bracts of varying sizes, long elliptical; 5 calyxes, green, broad ovate, of varying sizes; the flower is either lotus or tuoguiform, occasionally coroniform. The pollen is purple.

The upper part of the filament is white, the anthers are oblong, the flower disk is leathery, cup-shaped, purplish-red; the carpel has 5, densely hairy. The fruit is oblong, densely covered with yellow-brown hard hairs. The flowering period is May; the fruiting period is June.

‘Guifeizuijiu’ is a valuable variety of peony, blooming in pinkish-purple, with the top being pink when fully open. Due to the soft branches of the plant and the drooping flower head, it shows a dainty, drunk state, hence the name “Guifeizuijiu” (Drunken Imperial Concubine).

8. Nelumbo Nucifera ‘Hong Taiyang’

Nelumbo Nucifera 'Hong Taiyang’

The Nelumbo Nucifera ‘Hong Taiyang’ is a variety of lotus flower. It is a perennial aquatic herb with a horizontal rhizome, thick and swollen at the internodes, which have many longitudinal air channels and produce adventitious roots below.

The leaves are circular, peltate, slightly wavy at the edges, smooth on the top, covered with white powder, and the petioles are stout, cylindrical, and hollow. The flowers are of double petal type, with a total of 72 petals, bowl-shaped, with peach-shaped buds, deep purple-red.

The flowers are bright red, named after the sun’s most red. It is an aquatic plant that prefers relatively stable, calm shallow waters, lakes, marshes, and ponds. It loves light and requires full sunlight during the growth period.

Lotus flowers do not tolerate shade, and if they grow in semi-shade, they will show a strong phototropism. Artificially cultivated varieties are often used for viewing in parks and courtyards.

9. Nelumbo Nucifera ‘Qian Ban Lian’

Nelumbo Nucifera 'Qian Ban Lian’

The Nelumbo Nucifera ‘Qian Ban Lian’ is a rare ornamental plant, classified under the order of Nelumbonaceae by the APG system, and also considered part of the Nymphaeaceae, which is an old classification view.

It is native to Yuquan Temple in Dangyang County, Hubei Province. Its leaf stem does not significantly differ from ordinary lotus, but it has especially numerous petals and a rich morphology.

Each flower often has around 1000 petals, layered from large to small, closer to the flower heart, hence the name ‘Qian Ban Lian’. It blooms every midsummer, the flowering period is nearly 3 months, the petals are initially dark purple-red, gradually fade, and when the flower opens to pink, it begins to wither.

10. Nelumbo Nucifera ‘Wu Fei Lian’

Nelumbo Nucifera 'Wu Fei Lian’

The Nelumbo Nucifera ‘Wu Fei Lian’ is a variety introduced from Japan. In 1966, Japanese lotus expert Sakamoto Yuji crossbred the American yellow lotus with the Japanese ‘Dahe Lian’.

It is a large plant, a few petal type of multi-color variety. Its petals are exceptionally long, the flower posture is free and elegant, like a queen dancing, hence the name “Wu Fei Lian”. It is suitable for pond planting, especially when paired with other aquatic plants.

The ‘Wu Fei Lian’ has long peach-shaped buds, pink in color. The multi-colored flower has red at the tip of the petals, pale green in the middle, and yellow at the base. The flower diameter is 24-28cm, with many blooms. This variety has long petals, which flutter beautifully when fully bloomed.

11. Nematanthus Wettsteinii

Nematanthus Wettsteinii

Nematanthus Wettsteinii, also known as Goldfish Plant, is a perennial herb of the Gesneriaceae family. It has a semi-woody base, with ascending stems that are green when young and reddish-brown when old. Its leaves are single, opposite, ovate, and fleshy, with a dark green upper surface and a red underside near the midrib.

The flowers, which bloom from December to the following March, are single, axillary, and lip-shaped, with an enlarged lower part, orange-red in color, with yellow segments and red spaces in between, resembling a goldfish. The plant bears capsules. The Goldfish Plant gets its name from its flowers, which look like hanging goldfish.

Native to southern Africa, the Goldfish Plant prefers diffused light, good ventilation, and high humidity. It thrives in loose, fertile, well-drained soil mixed with a small amount of leaf mold and perlite. The most common method of propagation is stem cuttings.

The Goldfish Plant has air-purifying properties, maintaining optimal indoor humidity and effectively absorbing carbon dioxide.

12. Neofinetia Falcata

Neofinetia Falcata

Neofinetia Falcata, or Wind Orchid, is a plant of the Orchidaceae family. It stands 8-10 cm tall, with a slightly flat stem covered by leaf sheaths. Its leaves are thick and leathery, narrowly oblong and sickle-shaped. The flower buds are ovate-lanceolate, tapering to a point, while the flowers themselves are white and fragrant, blooming in April.

The Wind Orchid is found in many provinces in China, as well as in Japan and the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. It grows on tree trunks in mountain forests up to 1520 meters above sea level. The Wind Orchid is relatively easy to cultivate.

Neofinetia Falcata

Because it originates from tree trunks, it needs shade during sunny seasons like summer and autumn, but can enjoy full sunlight in winter and early spring when the sunlight is weak. It can be potted in broken bark pieces, orchid stones, and charcoal blocks, and also does well when tied to a tree trunk or a snake wood board. Propagation is through division.

During the Wind Orchid’s growing period, the substrate should be kept moist. Frequent misting during hot, dry weather can effectively increase air humidity and cool down the temperature. The Wind Orchid is rare, precious, and seriously threatened.

Field surveys have found that agricultural, forestry, and livestock development has led to a decrease in its population. Harvesting for ornamental horticulture has given it a high economic value, and it carries significant scientific and cultural significance.

13. Neomarica Gracilis

Neomarica Gracilis

The Neomarica Gracilis, also known as the Brazilian Iris, is a perennial herb of the Iridaceae family, originating from Brazil. The plant has short rhizomes, with leaves sprouting from the base and overlapping in a fan-like arrangement.

Its sword-shaped leaves are leather-like, slightly curved, deep green, with pointed tips and sheath-like bases. The flower stalk is flat and leaf-like, with a prominent midrib; flowers bloom from the top of the sheath-like bracts.

Each flower consists of six tepals, the outer three of which are white and reflexed, with a reddish-brown patch at the base, the other three are upright and curled inward, blue-violet with white stripes. The flowering period is from March to August.

Neomarica Gracilis

The Brazilian Iris is native to Central America; it prefers warm, humid, and well-lit environments, and is heat-tolerant but not frost-tolerant. It thrives best in temperatures between 20-28℃ and prefers loose, fertile, neutral to slightly acidic soil.

It adapts well to different environments and requires moist substrates during its growth period, without water shortage. It typically propagates by division or seeding.

The Brazilian Iris has detoxifying, anti-inflammatory, and blood circulation benefits. It’s primarily used to treat rheumatism, injuries, hepatitis, sore throat, stomach ache, and bloating caused by overeating.

14. Nerium Indicum

Nerium Indicum

The Nerium Indicum, or White Oleander, is a dicotyledonous plant of the Apocynaceae family and the Oleander genus. It is an evergreen shrub with dark green-grey branches, young branches have edges and are covered in fine hairs which shed as they age.

The leaves are opposite or whorled in threes or fours, with dark green waxy upper surfaces and light green undersides. The midrib is recessed on the leaf surface, and the leaf stalk is flat. The flowers are bisexual, mildly fragrant, with five stamens and a superior ovary.

The corolla is white, single-petaled, and funnel-shaped when split into five. The seeds are elliptical. The plant blooms continuously from May to October, with white flowers resembling peach blossoms, for a period of half a year. The fruit is a long pod, 10-23cm long and 1.5-2cm in diameter, with brown hairs at the top of the seeds.

Nerium Indicum

The White Oleander is widely distributed across northern and southern China, and commonly found around the Mediterranean.

The toxicity of the White Oleander is lower than that of the Red Oleander, making the former a common choice for medicinal use. The leaves are often boiled into a decoction or dried, ground, and encapsulated for ingestion. It has emetic and antispasmodic properties.

15. Nerium Oleander

Nerium Oleander

Nerium Oleander is an evergreen upright large shrub. Its branches are gray-green and contain sap; the leaf surfaces are deep green, hairless, with a light green underside featuring numerous small indents.

The central flower blooms first, with several flowers attached, the lower part of the stamen is short and covered with long soft hair. The seeds are oblong, narrower at the base, blunt at the top, and brown.

The flowering period of the oleander is from June to October. It was named Oleander because its flowers resemble peaches and its stems resemble bamboo.

Originally from India, Iran, and Nepal, the oleander is now widely grown in tropical regions around the world. It prefers a warm and humid climate, has poor cold resistance, doesn’t tolerate waterlogging, and requires high and well-drained planting sites.

It thrives in good light and fertile soil, but can also adapt to shady environments, although the flowers are less vibrant in shaded areas. Oleander is mainly propagated by sowing, layering, water insertion, and cuttage.

Oleander is mainly used for ornamental purposes, environmental protection, and medicinal purposes, earning it the title of “Environmental Protector”. The leaves of the oleander also have the ability to resist smog, dust, and toxins. Oleander has therapeutic effects on heart failure, epilepsy, diuresis, analgesia, and disinfection.

16. Nicandra Physalodes

Nicandra Physalodes

Nicandra Physalodes, also known as the Apple of Peru, is an annual erect herbaceous plant belonging to the Solanaceae family and the Nicandra genus. It is multi-branched, with an erect stem, ridges, and hairless. It can grow up to 1.5 meters high.

The leaves are ovate or elliptical, herbaceous, acutely or shortly acuminate at the apex, cuneate at the base, and sparsely hairy on both sides. The flowers are solitary, axillary, and opposite to the leaves.

Nicandra Physalodes

The calyx is deeply divided into five parts, with sharp tips and a heart-shaped base. The corolla is bell-shaped and light blue. The berries are spherical and yellow. The seeds are light brown. It blooms and bears fruit in summer and autumn.

The Apple of Peru is native to South America. The whole plant is medicinal, and has sedative, expectorant, heat-clearing, and detoxifying effects.

17. Nicotiana Alata

Nicotiana Alata

Nicotiana Alata, also known as flowering tobacco, is a perennial herbaceous plant from the Solanaceae family. The entire plant is covered with sticky hair. The leaves at the lower part of the stem are spatulate or rectangular, with a slightly stem-enclosed base or wing-like stalk.

As they move upwards, they become ovate or ovate-rectangular, almost stalkless or with a basal ear. Close to the inflorescence, they become lanceolate.

The inflorescence is pseudoterminal, with a few flowers growing sparsely. The calyx is cup-shaped or bell-shaped, with lanceolate lobes. The corolla is pale green. The fruit is ovate, and the seeds are grey-brown. The flowering period is in spring.

Nicotiana Alata originated in Argentina and Brazil. It enjoys a warm, sunny environment and fertile, loose soil. It is drought-tolerant but not cold-resistant. It prefers warm, sunny environments and can withstand heat. For cultivation, sandy loam rich in organic matter is best.

Good drainage is necessary, as poor drainage can lead to root rot. It requires ample sunlight, as insufficient sunlight can result in elongated plants, sparse flowers, and dull colors. The usual method of propagation is by sowing seeds.

Nicotiana Alata has a pungent taste, warm nature, and is poisonous. It has the effects of invigorating qi, relieving pain, promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis, detoxifying, and killing parasites. It can be used to treat chest pain, abdominal pain, carbuncle swelling, ulcers, erysipelas, and snake bites.

18. Nopalxochia Ackermannii

Nopalxochia Ackermannii

Nopalxochia Ackermannii, also known as the arrow lotus flower, is a perennial evergreen epiphytic plant of the Cactaceae family. Its stem is flat and lanceolate, resembling an arrow, and its flower resembles a water lily, hence the name.

It grows as a shrub, reaching heights of 50 to 100 centimeters. It prefers a well-lit and well-ventilated environment, but needs some shade in hot, high-temperature, and dry conditions. It is not rain-tolerant. It requires fertile, loose soil with good drainage and has some drought resistance. It is originally from Mexico and is mainly grown in pots in China.

The arrow lotus flower comes in a wide variety of colors and blooms in the midsummer, making it an excellent adornment for windowsills, balconies, and entrance halls.

19. Nuphar Pumila

Nuphar Pumila

Nuphar Pumila, a plant from the Nymphaeaceae family, is a perennial aquatic herb with a rhizome diameter of 2-3 cm. Its leaves are paper-like, broadly ovate or ovate, with a few being elliptical, measuring 6-17 cm long and 6-12 cm wide.

Nuphar Pumila

The flower has a diameter of 3-4 cm. The berry is ovate, about 3 cm long; the seed is rectangular, 5 mm long, and brown. It blooms from May to July and bears fruit from July to September.

This plant is distributed in China, Russia, Japan, and the northern and central parts of Europe. It grows in lakes and marshes. The rhizome is edible and is also used for medicinal purposes, having strengthening and blood-purifying effects; the flower is used for ornamental purposes.

20. Nymphaea

Nymphaea

Nymphaea, commonly known as water lily, is a perennial floating leaf aquatic herb. The rhizome is thick, erect or creeping.

The leaves are of two types: the floating leaves float on the water surface, deeply cleft at the base into a horseshoe shape or heart shape, with wavy or toothed leaf margins; the submerged leaves are membranous and delicate.

The flowers are solitary, varying in size and color, floating or emerging from the water; there are 4 sepals, numerous petals and stamens.

Nymphaea

The fruit is a berry that matures underwater and irregularly splits open; the seeds are dark green or dark brown, encased in a gelatinous substance, with a false seed coat. There are 58 species of water lilies worldwide.

Based on their ecological characteristics, water lilies can be divided into two main categories: cold-tolerant and non-cold-tolerant. The former are distributed in subtropical and temperate regions, and the latter in tropical regions.

In addition to their high ornamental value, water lily flowers can be used to make fresh cut flowers or dried flowers. Water lily roots can absorb toxic substances such as lead, mercury, and phenol in the water, making them a rare plant for water purification, greening, and beautification in the city.

21. Nymphaea Alba

Nymphaea Alba

The Nymphaea Alba, or White Water Lily, is a perennial aquatic herb of the Nymphaea family. Its rhizomes lay horizontally; the leaves, tough and leathery, float on the water surface, their base overlapping slightly, and are either smooth-edged or wave-like.

The fragrant flowers float on the water surface and are elliptical to ovate, with the inner layers gradually smaller. The fruit is ovate or nearly spherical, and the seeds are elliptical. The flowering period is from June to August, and the fruiting period is from August to October.

Nymphaea Alba

The White Water Lily is native to Europe, the Middle East, and parts of North Africa, and is also found in India. It thrives in sunlit, warm environments, but is also cold-resistant. It prefers clean water, still waters with good ventilation, and fertile clay soil. It often grows in marshes. Propagation is usually by division, but it can also be propagated by seeding.

The rhizomes and flowers of the White Water Lily are medicinal; its rhizomes have astringent and antibacterial properties and can be used to treat back pain, throat inflammation, vaginal pain, and more. It can be made into a topical treatment for purulent ulcers, either alone or with elm bark or flaxseed.

The White Water Lily also has a calming, analgesic effect on the nervous system and can be used to treat insomnia and anxiety. It plays a role in environmental restoration by absorbing heavy metals and purifying water. The flower symbolizes cleanliness, innocence, and allure.

22. Nymphaea Rubra

Nymphaea Rubra

The Nymphaea Rubra, or Red Water Lily, is a perennial aquatic flower of the Nymphaea family. Its leaves are round or nearly round; the submerged leaves are thin and membranous. The young leaves are purplish-red, turning dark green on top and purplish-red underneath as they age.

The leaf edges have shallow triangular teeth. The flowers float on or above the water surface and are lotus-shaped, rose-red or pink. The fruit is a berry. The flowering period is from May to September, and the fruiting period is from July to October.

The Red Water Lily is native to India and is also found in Sweden. It loves sunlight, can tolerate high temperatures and cold, but does not tolerate shade. It is suitable for growth in soil rich in organic matter and often grows in ponds, lakes, and park pools. Propagation is usually by division or seeding.

The Red Water Lily has the effects of clearing heat, detoxifying, astringing, and stopping diarrhea. It can be used to treat tuberculosis and hemorrhoids.

23. Nymphaea ‘Pink Peony’

Nymphaea 'Pink Peony’

The Pink Peony, Nymphaea ‘Pink Peony’, is a perennial aquatic herb with a thick rhizome. It possesses two types of leaves: floating leaves that are round or oval-shaped with a curved base in the shape of a heart or arrow, often without submerged leaves; and submerged leaves that are membranous and fragile.

The beautiful large flowers float on or rise above the water surface; with four sepals that are almost free. The petals are arrayed in multiple rings, with the pistil being ring-shaped, adnate, and half submerged in the fleshy cup-shaped receptacle, partially fused with it at the base, with the upper part extending into a style.

The stigma forms a concave stigmatic disk. The ovules are inverted, hanging on the inner wall of the ovary. The fruit is spongy, irregularly dehiscent, and matures underwater; the seeds are hard and enveloped by a gelatinous substance.

The Pink Peony, a cold-tolerant water lily variety, has a deep pink hue and a rich fragrance, often cultivated for ornamental purposes.

24. Nymphaea Tetragona

Nymphaea Tetragona

The Nymphaea Tetragona, also known as the Purple Water Lily, belongs to the Nymphaeaceae family and is one of the most precious flowers in Grantia. This flower only blooms for seven days a year.

The outer layer of the Fire Lily is composed of purple petals, with some golden stamens in the middle, and a bud that only opens just before wilting. Some say the stamens of the Fire Lily are there to protect the bud during its tranquil sleep, hence the name, Sleeping Fire Lily.

The Sleeping Fire Lily thrives in well-lit, well-ventilated areas with fertile sandy soil, clean water, and warm still water, with an optimal water depth of 25-30Cm.

While most of the Sleeping Fire Lilies are planted in the tropical regions of North Africa and Southeast Asia, a small number are also found in the temperate and cold regions of Europe and Asia.

The Sleeping Fire Lily has a unique floral language; it symbolizes “light love,” which is greatly related to the fact that the flower only blooms for seven days each year. It’s like someone who doesn’t care about the process of love, only cherishing that fleeting moment of beautiful, light love.

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