National, Native and Popular Flowers of Poland
National Flower of Poland
The largest country in central Europe, most of Poland is low-lying, with woods and lakes. Unlike many of its neighbors, Poland has only a minuscule minority population.
Corn Poppy (Papaver Rhoeas) or Red Poppy, a flower with vivid red four petals, most commonly with a black spot at their base. is the national flower of Poland. It is a variable annual plant in the northern hemisphere and generally flowers in late spring. During and after World War I, fields that had been disturbed by battle bloomed with Corn Poppies, and the flower has become a symbol of that war.
Other native and Popular Flowers of Poland
Poland boasts the greatest plant diversity and wealth of forest in Central Europe. This is mainly due to its lowland location and moderate, transitory climate. You can find some very rare plants there, like the Siberian Iris (Iris sibirica), Globe Flower (Trollius europaeus), Ostrich fern (Matteucia struthiopteris) and Broad Buckler-fern (Dryopteris dilatata). Apart from these, some other flowers blooming on this beautiful land are, Geraniums, Poppies, Pink Amaryllis, Crocuses flowers, Freesia and Alanya.
When paying a visit to the home of someone, one is expected to take flowers for the lady of the house. Moreover the functions and celebrations are not considered proper events without Roses, Lilies, Gerberas, Carnations, Orchids and other beautiful flowers.
Online Florists Poland
A few of the major online florists who cater to Poland are Bohemia Flowers, LINKFLORA was created as a result of transforming a widely acclaimed Internet Florist – Flowers2Poland.com into robust network of florists in Poland and abroad. For a list of Poland florists who do business online, please visit our page on Online Florists in Poland.
Send Flowers to Poland
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Facts about Poland
- The Polish republic or Rzeczpospolita Polska is situated at the east of Germany and borders to six other countries. In the north it has a coastline of almost 500 km., along the Baltic Sea.
- The largest country in central Europe, most of Poland is low-lying, with woods and lakes. Unlike many of its neighbors, Poland has only a minuscule minority population.
- Poland is the ninth biggest country in Europe and it shares frontiers with seven countries: Russia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Germany.
- After 1992, the Polish economy has witnessed positive growth in all sectors, with industry contributing 35 percent, commerce 15.4 percent and forestry 7 percent to the Gross Domestic Product.