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Summer Flowers in Korea

South Korea โ€”

If you’ve been following my blog since last year, you must have seen my post about the four (4) seasons in South Korea and because my Spring Flowers in Korea is one of the most liked posts, I decided to write a separate blog for the summer flowers. This post also serves as my reference to their Korean names, another way to learn the language.

Although, I grew up in a country where it’s summer all year long, I don’t remember seeing so much flowers in one place. I guess summer here in Korea isn’t everything green. So, have a feast for your eyes over my photos. ๐Ÿ˜‚

Blanket Flower (๊ฐ€์ผ๋ผ๋ฅด๋””์•„)

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Candytuft (์ด๋ฒ ๋ฆฌ์Šค)

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Crape Myrtle (๋ฐฐ๋กฑ๋‚˜๋ฌด)

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Coreopsis (ํฐ๊ธˆ๊ณ„๊ตญ)

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Cornflower (์ˆ˜๋ ˆ๊ตญํ™”)

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Gloriosa Daisy (๋…ธ๋ž‘๋ฐ์ด์ง€)

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Hibiscus (๋ฌด๊ถํ™”) – national flower of Korea

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Hydrangea (์ˆ˜๊ตญ)

From sky blue to shades of purple and pink that’s blooming abundantly in the southern part of Korea especially Jeju Island in the early months of summer.

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Iris (๋ถ“๊ฝƒ)

See Post: Seoul Iris Garden

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Lavender (๋ผ๋ฒค๋”)

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Lily (๋ฐฑํ•ฉ)

Other colors I’ve seen were pink, yellow and white.

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Lotus (์—ฐ๊ฝƒ)

See Post: Lotus Festival

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Lupin (๋ฃจํ•€)

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Marigold (์ฒœ์ˆ˜๊ตญ)

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Pasque Flower (ํ• ๋ฏธ๊ฝƒ)

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Passion Flower (์‹œ๊ณ„์ดˆ)

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Petunia (ํŽ˜ํŠœ๋‹ˆ์•„)

Petunias may be red, purple, pink, and white.

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Platycodon (๋„๋ผ์ง€๊ฝƒ)

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Purple Coneflower (์—ํ‚ค๋‚˜์„ธ์•„)

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Sunflower (ํ•ด๋ฐ”๋ผ๊ธฐ)

See Post: Sunflower Festival

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Trailing Ice Plant (์†ก์—ฝ๊ตญ)

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Trumpet Creeper (๋Šฅ์†Œํ™”)

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Zinnia (๋ฐฑ์ผํ™)

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Thatโ€™s all for now! So, which one is your favorite summer flower? By the way, did I miss anything? I’d be glad to know. Please share your thoughts and summer flowers in the comment section below. Thank you! ๐Ÿ™‚

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10 thoughts on “Summer Flowers in Korea

  1. Wow, Finally found the blog that related in flowers and KOREA. If you see my blog, you would know that I want to be a professional florist. But in my country, there’s a none opportunity to become a professional. I really admire the flory culture of the Korea from Korean florist’s Instagrams. So I started learning Korean in order to go to Korea. I will be really really thankful if you write a post about Korean floristry. Or it can be a simple about sneak-peak of local flower shop near home. I’m really really curious it. THANK YOU. By the way, photos above are amazing. Korean names are really helpful to me. thank you again.

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