Antigua & Barbuda
Dagger's Log (Agave Karatto Miller)
The yellow colored flowers rise from the large rosette of the Agave plant.
Ceibo (Erythrina crista-galli)
The flower was adopted on December 2, 1942.
No National Flower
Armenia is the second most densely populated of the former Soviet Republics.
Golden Wattle (Acacia pycnantha)
September 1 is National Wattle Day (Each of Australia's territories is also represented by an official flower).
Edelweiss (Leontopodium alpinum)
The star-like flowers are short lived perennials.
Not Chosen any Flower.
Azerbaijan was one of the first to declare independence of the country.
Yellow Elder or Yellow Cedar (Tecoma stans)
The flowers bloom in late summer/early fall.
No National Flower
Bahrain is considered part of eastern Arabia.
Carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus)
Carnations can be easily grown from cuttings.
Water Lily (Nymehaea nouchali)
Bangladesh adopted the flower in 1971.
Pride of Barbados, also known as Dwarf Poinciana & Flower Fence (Poinciana pulcherrima
More common varieties of the flower are a fiery red and yellow "sunset colour".
Flax (Linum usitatissimum)
The flowers last only until the heat of the mid-day sun hits them.
Red Poppy (Papaver rhoeas)
The flower is one of the easiest wildflowers to grow.
Black Orchid (Trichoglottis brachiata)
Black Orchids acquired the name by virtue of their very dark intense colour, which tends to the dark brown and maroon.
Blue-eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium montanum)
Blue-eyed Grass is a member of the iris family.
Blue poppy (Meconopsis betonicifolia)
The flower is native to rocky mountain slopes of Tibet.
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
The pale pink flowers bloom at the tips of the stems in summer.
Kantuta (Cantua buxifolia)
The tubular flowers come in wild form, Magenta, bicolor and Subtile (slightly bicoloured) varieties.
Cattleya Orchid (Cattleya labiata)
Cattleya orchids are commonly called "corsage orchids" as the blooms are frequently used in corsages due to their exceptional beauty and fragrance.
Dogwood Tree Flower (Cornus Nuttalli)
The four petaled white flowers bloom in spring.
Roses are more fragrant on a sunny day.
Maple Leaf (acer)
Maple syrup is made from the sap of sugar maple trees.
Wild Banana Orchid (Schomburgkia thomsoniana)
This orchid specie is found only in the Cayman Islands.
Copihue/Chilean Bellflower (Lapageria rosea)
The Chilean bellflower is best grown on a partially shady and sheltered wall.
Plum Blossom (Prunus Mei)
Plum Blossoms are the earliest blooms of the year, indicating the start of spring.
Christmas orchid (Cattleya trianae)
Christmas orchid has a fetid smell.
Guaria Morada (purple orchid) (cattleya skinneri)
The flower was adopted on June 15, 1939.
Iris Croatica (Hrvatska Perunika)
It grows only in the northern and northwestern Croatia.
Butterfly Jasmine (Mariposa)
The white Butterfly Jasmine is an endemic jasmine species.
The more fragrant the rose, the shorter it's vase life.
Miniature roses were first developed in China.
Marguerite Daisy (Argyranthemum frutescens)
Marguerites produce large, single, daisy-like flowers most of the summer.
Named for the equator, which crosses the country.
Lotus (Nymphaea lotus)
The pure white lotus flower, the only plant to fruit and flower simultaneously.
Corn-flower or Bachelor's Button Centaurea (cyanus)
The flower was adopted in adopted on June 23, 1988.
Flower is a solitary, showy, funnel shaped unfurling spathe.
Iris flowers have three petals often called the "standards", and three outer petal-like sepals called the "falls".
The Tiare (Gardenia taitensis)
The flower is especially symbolic of Tahiti. The Tiare Anei is the emblem of the isle of Vavau. The Tiare Apetahi is the emblem of Raiatea.
Lily-of-the-valley (Convallaria majalis)
Lily of the valley is much used in bridal arrangements for their sweet perfume.
Knapweed (Centaurea cyanus)
In Germany, it is custom a for and unmarried person to wear this flower in the buttonhole.
Bear's breech (Acanthus mollis)
The fresh or dried flower spikes are used in floral arrangements.
Willow Herb (Epilobium)
The name Willow-herb refers to the willow-like form of the leaves.
Puti Tai Nobiu (Bougainvillea spectabilis)
The flowers of the bougainvillea can be several different colors, from pink, to red, to orange, to white and yellow.
White Nun Orchid, or Monja Blanca (Lycaste skinnerialba)
The flower is a rare flower in the Verapaz distict of Guatemala, symbolizing peace, beauty and art.
Water Lily (Victoria regia)
The largest flowers can measure 10 inches to one foot in diameter
Holland (The Netherlands)
Tulip bulbs are agood substitute for onions in cooking.
Orchid (Brassavola digbiana)
The rose was the national flower of Honduras from 1946-1969.
Orchid (Bauhinia blakeana)
The flower is Calyx tubular with a corolla of five petals coloured a deep purple.
Tulip is the common name for between 50 and 150 species of the genus Tulipa in the lily family, Liliaceae.
Mountain Avens (Dryas octopetala)
The flowers are produced on stalks up to 10 cm long, with eight creamy white petals.
Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)
The lotus is an aquatic perennial.
1) Melati (Jasmine) (Jasminum sambac) 2)Moon Orchid (Phalaenopsis amabilis) 3)Rafflesia (Rafflesia arnoldi Indonesia)
Indonesia adopted the 3 flowers on June 5, 1990 to mark the World Environment Day
Red Rose (Rosa)
To make a dark red rose appear blacker, its stem can be put in water that has black ink in it.
The rose is said to be originally from Persia, and was introduced to the west be Alexander.
Shamrock is the common name for several unrelated herbaceous plants with trifoliate leaves.
No National Flower
Israel is located in the Middle East.
Even the Iris is said to be the Flower Emblem of France.
Lignum Vitae, or Wood of Life (Guaiacum sanctum)
The flower is indigenous to Jamaica and was found here by Christopher Columbus.
Chrysanthemum (imperial), Cherry Blossom Sakura
The sakura trees are the subject of the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival in Japan
Black Iris (Iris nigricans)
The dark purple colored Iris has six petals,three drooping and three upright.
Champa Flower(Calophyllum Inophyllum), also known as plumeria.
The attractive white flowers are scented and waxy.
Lily(Lilium) serves as the Unofficial National Flower.
Citizens are guaranteed free secondary education.
Rhanterum epapposum, or locally called Arfaj.
Having more than 10% estimated oil reserves of the world with it.
Shyrdak Symbols of Kyrgyzstan and also the Tulip.
The Kyrgyz came under tsarist Russian rule during the 19th century.
Oxeye Daisy, or Pipene (Leucanthemum vulgare)
The flower was earlier known as Chrysanthemum leucanthemum
No National Flower
Cedar of Lebanon is the National Tree of Lebanon.
These are small, white, star-shaped flowers.
The flowers are with fiery red blossoms.
Rue,or Herb of Grace (Ruta graveolens)
Rue's fragrance is strong, characteristically aromatic and sweet.
One of the most famous rose gardens was planted by Empress Josephine at the Chateau de la Malmaison in France in 1804.
Poinciana (Delonix regia)
In early summer, the voluminous red blooms appear and hold for 4-8 weeks.
Pink Rose (Rosa)
The oldest painting in the world depicts a five-petaled pink rose.
The Maltese Centaury Paleocyanus crasifoleus
The flower was adopted in the early 1970s
Republic of Moldova
No Flower has been Designated.
Moldova became the first former Soviet state to elect a Communist as its president in 2001.
Kowhai or botanically known Sophora microphylla, a beautiful yellow or golden flower.
Jasmine flowers are white in most species.
Kantuta, Inca magic flower
Kantuta come in 4 varieties: wild form, Magenta, bicolor and Subtile.
Sampaguita (Jasminum sambac)
The flower bloom full-year and have white, small, dainty, star-shaped blossoms, which open at night and wilt in less than a day.
Corn Poppy (Papaver rhoeas)
Corn Poppy or Red Poppy is the wild poppy of agricultural cultivation?Papaver rhoeas.
Used in cooking, the potency of the lavender flowers increases with drying.
Puerto Rican Hibiscus,or Flor de maga (montezuma speciossisima)
The common garden Hibiscus is also known in some areas as the "Rose of Althea" or "Rose of Sharon".
Republic of Molossia
Common Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata)
Common Sagebrush is very drought tolerant and needs good drainage.
Dog rose (Rosa canina)
The white or pink, 5-petalled flowers are 4-6 cm across and come in clusters of 1-5.
Camomile (Matricaria Recutita)
The flower has a Aromatic, Fruity, Floral fragrance.
The flowers are produced in whorls of 3-10, each flower on a slender stem 3-12 cm tall, with five united petals.
Thistle (Cirsium altissimum)
The thistle flower is a favorite flower among butterflies.
These are sprays of white flowers with long spurs like the tails of tropicbirds.
The carnation is native to Eurasia and has been cultivated for more than 20 centuries.
Vanda Miss Joaquim Orchid
The flower is a hybrid orchid between Vanda teres & Vanda hookeriana
The first historical reference of the rose is by the Sumerians from ancient Mesopotamia.
Carnations can be propagated by planting young flowering shoots.
The National Flower of Spain is the Red Carnation.
Nil Mahanel Water Lily (Nympheae Stellata)
The flower,a blue water lily, was adopted on Feb. 26, 1986
Protea (Protea cynaroides)
The King protea is originally from the Cape Town area of South Africa.
Rose of Sharon (Moogoonghwa) (Hibiscus syriacus)
Hibiscus syriacus are pink-mauve single flowers having a dark magenta eye. The flower is not a rose, but its large exotic blossoms attract hummingbirds and tiny insects.
Linnea (Linnea Borealis)
The flowers are pink, bell-like, very fragrant and grow in pairs.
Edelweiss (Leontopodium alpinum)
The flowers are starfish-like white, wooly blooms.
Jasmine flowers are generally white, although some species have yellow flowers.
Tahitian Gardenia (Gardenia Taitensis)
The flowers are fragrant and good for cutting.
Taiwan (Republic of China)
Plum blossom (Prunus mei)
Most plum blossoms have five petals and range in color from white to dark pink.
The color of flowers is shining yellow contrasting great importance.
Trinidad and Tobago
Chaconia (Warszewiczia coccinea)
The flower is also known as Pride of Trinidad & Tobago or Wild Poinsettia
The Red-blossomed heilala festival in Tonga is celebrated during the Heilala Festival every July 4.
Tulips do not grow in the open in tropical climates as they need cold winters to gorw.
Not Yet Selected any Flower.
Turkmenistan contains the fifth largest reserves of natural gas in the world.
Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)
Most flowerheads on a field of blooming sunflowers are turned towards the east, the direction of sun rise.
United States of America
The rose was officially adopted on November 20,1986.
United Kingdom (England)
Tudor Rose (Rosa)
The Tudor Rose is a graphic design created by King Henry VII in 1485, with a red rose laid atop a white one.
United Kingdom (Wales)
Leek(Babbingtons leek), Daffodil (Narcissus Amaryllidaceae)
The Leek and the Daffodil are both emblems of Wales. The national flower of Wales is usually considered to be the Daffodil. However, the Leek has even older associations as a traditional symbol of Wales - possibly because its colours, white over green, echo the ancient Welsh flag.
Ceibo Erythrina (crista-galli)
Ceibo Erythrina are bright red flowers.
Not Selected any Flower.
Being one of the most populous country of Central Asia.
Orchids form the world's largest family of plants.
Yellow Elder or Yellow Trumpet (Tecoma stans)
The yellow flowers have a very sweet fragrance nd attract hummingbirds, butterflies and/or birds.
Arabian coffee (Coffea arabica)
Individual coffee flowers are white, fragrant, with waxy, linear petals.
Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majalis)
Lily of the Valley are fragrant bell shaped flowers.
Flame Lily (Gloriosa Rothschildiana)
The large, claw like flowers open yellow and red and then change to a rich claret edged with gold.