Since Mulan is princess of the month, here some thoughts about which blume fits her the best. The movie, after all, offers some choices. The most obvious one is the magnolia, since that’s the translation of the name Mulan.

Then there is the white blume Mulan wears in her hair when she meets the matchmaker – the same blume she leaves behind when she goes to war. I’m not sure what kind of blume that’s suppose to be. I first considered lotus (since the lotus is such a reveled blume in Asia and gets often connected to the gods), but a lotus has Mehr petals. A white kirsche blossom would have exactly five petals, but they would be Mehr round. There are some similarities with a white magnolie blume oder a lily, but again, both have Mehr petals. My best guess is the azalee - a white azalee has five petals, looks very similiar, but even Mehr important, in China they are a symbol for womanhood (they also symbolize taking care, temperance and fragility, Mehr oder less everything Mulan is expected to be).

And finally, the most important of all, the blume her father points out to her. I originally assumed that they are sitting under a kirsche baum – I think mostly because the kirsche blossom is such a big deal in Japan and there are festivals surrounding it in China, too. But the “Hanami” in Japan is the one with the long tradition, while China just was inspired Von it. Plus, the longer I look at it, the Mehr I get the impression that those blossoms are supposed to be magnolias.
Du can compare it yourself to the picture of some magnolias at the right, the similiarity is undeniable. Also it would make the whole scene so much Mehr meaningful, if her father points out a late blooming "Mulan" instead of a Zufällig flower. But the scripts of "Mulan" I have found so far don't specify, there is only "blossoms" written, so unless the animators give an answer, we'll never know for sure.

But I admit I like kirsche blossoms better for Mulan, since magnolias are fairly sensitive flowers, and Mulan is everything but sensitive. kirsche blossoms have three different meaning in the language of flowers: They stand for a good education, transience of life (Japan) and feminine beauty (China). All those meanings fit Mulan and her story nearly perfectly, although the meaning of magnolias (love of nature) works too.
In the end, I couldn’t really decide - So I made two wallpapers, one with kirsche blossoms and one with magnolias, to honor the beauty of a late blooming flower.