The national flower of China is peony,isn't it
hehe i have never heard it
We just receive extra pocket money from parents and other elders we call it ya sui qian in Chinese
Elders will give children and unmarried adults the "ya sui qian "or "hong bao " when you visit them to bringing them best wishes
There is a little different in difference places
In most places ,not only do they receive extra pocket money from parents,they may also receive many red envelopes ,Lai-See envelopes,called "hong bao' from elders.Inside there red envelopes are little amounts of money,with the intention of wishing them well. The "hong bao " or "ya sui qian " expresses good luck,growth and improvement.
Thanks for your sharing