“The Wonder of Saussurea Involucrata: A Rare Plant that Blossoms Magnificently Once Every Seven Years”

Thien Son Tuyet Lien is a unique species that thrives in rocky crevices in the Xinjiang and Tibet regions of China, situated at elevations ranging from 2500 to 4000 meters above sea level. This plant only blooms once every seven years, making it a rare and highly sought-after species.

A beautiful white flower flourishes in the midst of a desolate and inhospitable environment. Despite the harsh conditions, this lovely flower thrives and spreads its delicate petals like a lotus blooming in freshly fallen snow.

According to popular belief, the unique shape of Thien Son Tuyet Lien is a result of the combination of wind, clouds, and snow that crystallized over time.

Thien Son Tuyet Lien is an exquisite and uncommon bloom.

In Vietnam, Thien Son Tuyet Lien is a highly sought-after delicacy by the wealthy for its purported health benefits and as a gift item. It comes at a steep price of around 5 million per cotton or 80-100 million per kilogram in the market.

The affluent are in pursuit of this particular blossom.

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