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National Flowers of Countries

Did you know that there are national flowers for different countries? In fact, there are many different types of flowers that represent different nations. From the rose in England to the tulip in the Netherlands, these flowers hold a lot of symbolism and meaning. Each flower has a story behind it, and today we’re going to take a look at some of the most famous national flowers around the world. So, whether you’re looking to learn more about another country’s culture or simply want to admire some beautiful flowers, keep reading for a list of national flowers of countries!

national flowers of countries

List of Countries and it’s National flowers

A

B

  • Barbados – pride of Barbados
  • Bangladesh – water lily, jute,
  • Brazil – Cattleya labiata, coffee tree bush, tobacco bush,
  • Bahamas – royal palm,
  • Belarus – flax flower, clover,
  • Benin – palm tree,
  • Belgium – Red Poppy – facts about Belgium
  • Bermuda – Sisyrinchium bermudiana
  • Bhutan – blue poppy
  • Bolivia – flower of the Incas
  • Bostwana – Lilac – Facts about Bostwana
  • Bulgaria – rose
  • Burkina Faso – Red Rose – Facts about Burkina Faso

C.

  • Canada – maple leaf, lilies,
  • Cambodia – Romduol – Facts about Cambodia
  • Colombia – Cattleya Orchid
  • Chambers – laurel twigs,
  • Chile – copihue (pink tangle)
  • China – peonies, narcissus,
  • Cyprus – Cyprus cyclamen
  • Cuba – White Mariposa or Butterfly Jasmine
  • Czech Republic – areose

D

  • Denmark – Marguerite Daisy
  • Dominika – coconut palms, banana tree,
  • Dominican Republic – laurel branch, palm branches,
  • Djibouti – noble laurel

E.

  • Egypt – lotus flower,
  • England – red rose,
  • El Salvador – laurel,
  • Eritrea – olive branches,
  • Estonia – cornflower
  • Ethiopia – Calla Lily
  • Equatorial Guinea – the five-pin eagle owl.

F.

  • Finland – lily of the valley, white rose,
  • France – lily – Facts about France
  • Fiji – sugar cane, coconut palm, banana trees.

G.

  • Greece – the laurel – facts about Greece
  • Gabon – okoumé tree,
  • Gambia – oilseed leaves
  • Germany – cornflower
  • Ghana – cocoa tree,
  • Grenada – banana tree, bougainvillaea, roses,
  • Great Britain – rose, thistle, clover,
  • Guyana – sugar cane,
  • Guatemala – laurel,
  • Guinea – olive branches,
  • Guinea-Bissau – olive branches,

H.

I

  • Iceland – Mountain Avens – facts about Iceland
  • India – lotus flowers,
  • Ireland – clover,
  • Indonesia – rice, cotton,
  • Israel – olive branches,
  • Iran – rose
  • Italy – lilly – Facts about Italy
  • Ivory Coast – palm trees,

J.

  • Japan – chrysanthemum, cherry (sakura),
  • Jordan – wheat, palm.

K.

  • Kazakhstan – Lilly, tulip – facts about Kazakhstan
  • Kenya – coffee tree, maize, sisal,
  • North Korea – Kimjongilia (begonias), rice ears,
  • South Korea – Syrian Hibiscus,

L.

  • Laos – rice ears,
  • Lithuania – oak
  • Lebanon – cedar.
  • Latvia – oak branches.

M

  • North Macedonia – ears of cereals, ears of cereals,
  • Madagascar – baobab
  • Marshall Islands – palm trees
  • Maldives – coconut palm,
  • Malaysia – hibiscus,
  • Malta – olive and palm branches – Facts about Malta
  • Mauritius – sugar cane,
  • Mexico – cactus,
  • Micronesia – palm trees,
  • Myanma (Burma) – ears of cereals,
  • Mongolia – lotus flower
  • Montenegro – mimosa – Facts about Montenegro
  • Morocco – rose – Facts about Morocco
  • Mozambique – corn.

N

  • Namibia – Welwitschia,
  • Nauru – coconut palm,
  • Nepal – Rhododendron,
  • Netherlands – tulip – Facts about the Netherlands
  • New Zealand – silver fern, Kowhai,
  • Niger – Costus
  • Nigeria – Kostowiec,

O-P

  • Oman – Jasmin – facts about Oman
  • Pakistan – narcissus, jute, wheat, cotton,
  • Paraguay – palm tree, olive branches,
  • Peru – chin tree, palm, laurel,
  • Poland – mak

R

  • Russia – birch, daisy,
  • Rwanda – sorghum.

S.

  • Saint Kitts and Nevis – lilies, roses, royal wreaths,
  • Saint Lucia – sugar cane, roses, lilies,
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – palm leaves,
  • Sao Tome and Principe – palm trees
  • Saudi Arabia – Arfaj – Rhanterium epapposumFacts about Saudi Arabia
  • Samoa – olive branches,
  • San Marino – cyclamen – Facts about San Marino
  • Scotland – thistle – Facts about Scotland
  • Senegal – baobab, palm trees,
  • Seychelles – palm tree Seychelles,
  • Serbia – plum tree,
  • Singapore – Singapore flower, orchid,
  • Spain – – facts about Spain
  • Sri Lanka – Lotus flower,
  • South Africa – royal protea
  • Slovakia – rose – Facts about Slovakia
  • Slovenia – linden,
  • Suriname – palm tree,
  • Syria – jasmine,
  • Switzerland – Edelweiss,
  • Sweden – cornflower.

T

  • Taiwan – Plum Blosom – Facts about Taiwan
    Tajikistan – wheat ears, cotton twigs,
  • East Timor – rice bundles,
  • Tonga – olive branches,
  • Turkey – tulip,
  • Taiwan – plum blossom,
  • Trinidad and Tobago – palm tree,
  • Tunisia – Jasmine
  • Turkmenistan – ears of grain, cotton,
  • Tuval – banana leaves.

U

  • USA – calendula, rose,
  • Ukraine – Sunflower- facts about Ukraine
  • Uganda – cotton, coffee,
  • Uruguay – olive branches,
  • Uzbekistan – wheat ears, cotton.

V-Y-W-Z

  • Vanuatu – sago leaves.
  • Vatican – white lilly – Facts about Vatican
  • Yemen – coffee tree,
  • Venezuela – orchid, tabebuia, palm leaves
  • Vietnam – Lotus – Facts about Vietnam
  • Wales – daffodil, leek,
  • Zimbabwe – flame lilly

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