“Edelweiss, Edelweiss; every morning, you greet me.
Small and white, clean and bright; the blossom of snow may you bloom and grow forever.”
You might have or haven’t hear the lyrics above from the song titled “Edelweiss,” sung by Richard Rodgers. The song tells about a flower named Edelweiss. As the song describes, the Edelweiss flower is small and white and is not a common flower we might be able to see growing in someone’s garden. Edelweiss is also said to symbolize true love, strength, and bravery. Its grand meaning, but the Edelweiss flower, is also considered the national flower of several countries. What makes the Edelweiss flower became very popular and unique? Let’s find out more about this beautiful flower, from its etymology, meaning, and symbol, and even how to grow it yourself in your garden, right in this article.