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Flowers from around the Globe

A vast number of countries from around the globe have decided to use flowers and plants as symbols on their emblems, as a representation of who they are and what they stand for.  Whether you are designing a specific floral arrangement, or want to have a flowers from a variety of countries within your garden, or whether you’re just interested in where your favourite flowers originate from, this list will be of interest to you.

•    Afghanistan – The tulip
•    Albania – traditional poppy, coloured red and black
•    Alberta – Wild Rose
•    Antigua and Barbuda - Agave karatto
•    Argentina - ceibo tree
•    Australia – The Wattle, specifically golden
•    Austria – Alpine gentian, edelweiss
•    Bahamas – the Yellow Elder
•    Bangladesh - Shapla or a Water Lily in white.
•    Belarus – Wild blue flax
•    Belize - Black Orchid
•    Bermuda – Strict blue eyed grass
•    Bhutan – Poppy coloured blue
•    Bolivian - Catua buxifoli) and Heliconia rostrata
•    Bosnia and Herzegovina – Lilium bosniacum
•    Brazil -  Tabebuia alba
•    British Columbia – Pacific Dogwood
•    Brunei – Simpor
•    Bulgaria – A traditional rose
•    Cambodia – Romduo
•    Canada - The Maple Leaf
•    Chile – Copihue
•    Costa Rica – Guaria morada and Guarianthe skinneri
•    Croatia –Degenia velebitica, Iris croatica, Oak and Tilia
•    Cuba – Mariposa, Butterfly and Hedychium coronarium
•    Cyprus – Cyprus cyclamen
•    Czech Republic – Tilia cordata
•    Dominica – Caribwood or Bois Kwaib
•    Dominican Republic - Caoba
•    Ecuador - Rose
•    Egypt - Egyptian Lotus Flower
•    El Salvador -  Flor de Izote
•    Estonia – cornflower in blue
•    Ethiopia – Lily, specifically a calla.
•    Faroe Islands – Marsh Marigold
•    Fiji - Tagimaucia
•    Finland – White rose and lily of the valley.
•    France - Iris
•    French Polynesia - Gardenia taitensis
•    Germany – Cornflower and oak
•    Gibraltar – Candytuft (Iberis gibraltarica)
•    Guyana – Victoria regia lily
•    Greece – Laurel branch and violets
•    Guatemala - Monja Blanca
•    Hungary – Traditional Tulip
•    Ireland - Shamrock
•    Italy – Cyclamen, Daisy and Lily
•    India - Lotus
•    Indonesia – Melati is the national flower, Anggrek Bulan is the flower of charm and Padma Raksasa Rafflesia is the rare flower.    
•    Iran – Red Rose
•    Iraq – Rose
•    Jamaica – a Lignum Vitae
•    Jordan – The Black iris
•    Liberia - Pepper
•    Lithuania – Rue
•    Macedonia – Poppy
•    Malaysia - Bunga Raya
•    Maldives – A rose, in pink
•    Manitoba – Prairie Crocus
•    Mauritius – The Trochetia boutoniana
•    Mexico – A Dahlia plant
•    Macau -  lotus
•    Monaco – a traditional carnation
•    Nepal – The Rhododendron flower
•    Netherlands – Tulip
•    New Brunswick – Purple Violet
•    New Zealand - Silver Fern (foilage)
•    Newfoundland and Labrador – The Pitcher Plant
•    Nicaragua -  Sacuanjoche
•    Nigeria – Costus spectabilis
•    North Korea – A magnolia
•    Northwest Territories – Mountain Avens
•    Nova Scotia – Mayflower
•    Nunavut – Purple Saxifrage
•    Norway – Saxifraga cotyledon
•    Ontario – White Trillium
•    Panama -  Holy Ghost or Dove Orchid
•    Peru -  Cantuta
•    Poland – Red poppy
•    Portugal –Red Carnation, Olive leaves, Lavender, Cork Oak and Blue-White Hydrangea
•    Prince Edward Island – Pink Lady's Slipper
•    Quebec – The Blue Flag Iris
•    Romania – either Dog Rose, Edelweiss or Romanian Peony
•    Russia – Chamomile
•    Saskatchewan – Western Red Lily
•    Serbia – Plum, Syringa and oak
•    Singapore – specific orchid called Vanda Miss Joaquim
•    Slovenia – Linden leaf and Carnations
•    Southern Africa – King protea
•    Southern Korea – Hibiscus syriacus
•    Spain – Carnation
•    Sri Lanka –Water Lily
•    Switzerland – Edelweiss and alpenrose
•    Taiwan – The Plum blossom
•    Thailand - Golden Shower Tree
•    The Philippines - Sampaguita
•    Trinidad and Tobago – Chaconia
•    Tonga - Heilala
•    Tunisia – Jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum)
•    Turkey – Tulip
•    Ukraine – Sunflower, Viburnum and Cherry
•    United Kingdom:
o    England Tudor rose and English Oak
o    Northern Ireland the flax, orange lily, or shamrock
o    Scotland the thistle, Scottish bluebell (harebell) or heather
o    Wales the daffodil, leek or sessile oak
•    Uruguay – Ceibo
•    USA - Rose
•    Venezuela –Orchids or Cattleya mossiae
•    Vietnam – Lotus, coloured red
•    Yukon – Fireweed
•    Zimbabwe – lily, called the flame lily.

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