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The eight-immortal flower is a woody root plant of the tiger ear grass family, native to China and Japan, and is currently widely cultivated in European countries such as Germany, France and the Netherlands.

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Eight immortals, eight immortals is a woody root plant of the tiger ear grass family, native to China and Japan, and is currently widely cultivated in European countries such as Germany, France and the Netherlands.

The eight-immortal flower is a woody root plant of the tiger ear grass family, native to China and Japan, and is currently widely cultivated in European countries such as Germany, France and the Netherlands.
The eight-immortal flower is a woody root plant of the tiger ear grass family, native to China and Japan, and is currently widely cultivated in European countries such as Germany, France and the Netherlands.
The eight-immortal flower is a woody root plant of the tiger ear grass family, native to China and Japan, and is currently widely cultivated in European countries such as Germany, France and the Netherlands.
The eight-immortal flower is a woody root plant of the tiger ear grass family, native to China and Japan, and is currently widely cultivated in European countries such as Germany, France and the Netherlands.
The eight-immortal flower is a woody root plant of the tiger ear grass family, native to China and Japan, and is currently widely cultivated in European countries such as Germany, France and the Netherlands.
The eight-immortal flower is a woody root plant of the tiger ear grass family, native to China and Japan, and is currently widely cultivated in European countries such as Germany, France and the Netherlands.
The eight-immortal flower is a woody root plant of the tiger ear grass family, native to China and Japan, and is currently widely cultivated in European countries such as Germany, France and the Netherlands.
The eight-immortal flower is a woody root plant of the tiger ear grass family, native to China and Japan, and is currently widely cultivated in European countries such as Germany, France and the Netherlands.
The eight-immortal flower is a woody root plant of the tiger ear grass family, native to China and Japan, and is currently widely cultivated in European countries such as Germany, France and the Netherlands.

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