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National Flowers

written by: Mariya
 
Every country around the world is associated with a specific plant. Let's see what the symbolic flowers of different countries are.

Question 1:


This famous mountain flower, endangered in many countries, is the national flower of Switzerland and Austria.
Edelweiss
Heliconia
Lilly
Petunia

Question 2:

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This national flower of South Korea is widespread throughout much of Asia.
Nasturtium
Lotus
Hibiscus
Violet


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Question 3:


It is national flower of Venezuela, and its family consists of more than 25 000 species.
Camellia
Peony
Magnolia
Orchid

Question 4:


Which is the national flower of Mexico and Columbia, introduced to Europe as late as the end of the 19th century?
Lilac
Rose
Iris
Dahlia

Question 5:


This perennial bulbous plant from the family of Liliaceae is the national flower of Iran.
Lily
Rose
Sagebrush
Tulip

Question 6:


This plant, whose name in Greek means "rose tree", is widespread in the Sino-Himalayan region and is the national flower of Nepal.
Datura
Goldenrod
Rhododendron
Daisy

Question 7:


What is the common name of the national flower of India, which is also called Sacred water lily and is often associated with Buddhism?
Poppy
Chamomile
Lotus
Dahlia

Question 8:


This special kind of clover, originally used in medicine, is the national flower of Ireland.
Caladium
Cosmos
Shamrock
Celosia

Question 9:


This flower, often associated with narcissism and egoism in art, is the national flower of Wales.
Violet
Lily
Daffodil
Carnation

Question 10:


This plant with small blue flower heads, often regarded as a weed in the past, is the national flower of Estonia.
Blue cornflower
Lily
Daisy
Dahlia

 


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