Among the decorations for Taiwanese traditional architectures, the most frequently seen auspicious plants can be classified in substance into trees, flowers, melons and fruits, grass and spiritual types; such as, the pines, bamboos, cypresses, peonies, flowers of four seasons (spring teas, summer lotuses, auto chrysanthemum and winter plum,) Chinese flowering crab apple, melons, pomegranates, pineapples, rolling grass, peaches and lingjhi; symbolizing wealth, good luck, plenty of children and longevity, and noble ad virtuous morals. The facing walls of the grand palace at Temple to Erudition Deity, Taoyuan The yuanguang on Children Veranda at the main hall of Li Teng-Fang Historical Residence The yuanguang on the veranda at the grand palace of Yinshan Temple, Danshuei The decorations on ridges at Jhuang’s Residence, Guanyin Tianshuei Hall The loop board on top of the partition in the living room of Li Teng-Fang Historical Residence Shueichedu at the protection room of Jhuang’s Residence, Guanyin Tianshuei Hall The door lintels at the protection room of Jhuang’s Residence, Guanyin Tianshuei Hall On both sides of the Royal roads of the platform at the grand palace of Jingfu Temple, Taoyuan 《 The Story of the Lotus 》Four virtues of the lotus that is not stained even coming out of mud are softness, spotlessness, modesty and delicate fragrance; therefore, the old Chinese refined scholars called it as “the gentleman of flowers,” and the it was also called as “the king of flowers” in Buddhism. Because it has possessed these virtues, people approve it , apply it, use it as example and praise it. The lotus is a very special flower; such as, the eyes of Buddha and Bodhisattva are called lotus eyes, people Wunt to the western happy land after passed away and the place was called lotus nation, the place that the Buddha and Bodhisattva were born was called lotus platform and even Najha, the third princess was considered as the incarnation of the lotus. Moreover, after one died, people used lotus and lotus roots to reincarnate, meaning removing all sorts of iniquities of before in order to allow oneself to be able to be promoted again. 《 The Story of the Peony 》It was said that Wu Jhetian (the only Chinese female emperor in the old time) commanded all flowers had to blossom during the cold winter, at all; therefore, she was cast out of Chanan and moved to Loyang, showing the gentleman’s integrity. The poet Liu Yuhsi in Tang Dynasty praised that the peony was so elegant and poised but not too garish, the so-called the real national beauty and heavenly fragrance. During Tangsung periods, planting and admiring peonies had become a social fashion and so the peony had become very expensive as they said “one quantifier of a peony is worth of thousands of gold.”