National, Native and other Popular Flowers of Romania
National Flower of Romania
Forests cover over one quarter of the country, Romania and the fauna is one of the richest in Europe.
Dog rose (Rosa canina), a very fast growing deciduous shrub serves as the national flower of Romania. Dog roses can be either self supporting or climbers; the tallest specimens invariably use other plants for support. They make wonderful displays in the hedgerows during June and July and It thrive on a wide range of soils, except very dry or waterlogged ones.
Other Native and popular Flower of Romania
The presence of diverse associations of heat-loving Balkan and sub-Mediterranean plants in close proximity to Circumpolar, Arctic and Alpine species is a unique characteristic of the massifs of Romania. Some of the native Flowers to Romania are Crocus banaticus, Acanthus hungaricus and Fuchsia, while some other popular flowers grown on the land are Saponaria Bellifolia, Bearberry (Arctostaphylos uvaursi), Govalciuc, Lilac, Peony, Rose, Marguerite or Daisy, Tulip, Dahlia, Lily, and Mac (Poppy).
Guzmania, Anthuriums, Roses, Lilies and Carnations are frequently used Romanians as the expressions of greetings and emotions.
Online Florists Romania
A few of the major online florists who cater to Romania are Pickup Flowers, Buchete Flowers Online, Ammore Flowers Online and Flora2000, Flora 2000 is one of the leading websites of the world who delivers flowers to almost around 150 other countries worldwide. For a list of Romania florists who do business online, please visit our page on Online Florists in Romania.
Send Flowers to Romania
The Flower Expert has arrived at a few parameters on which florists can be compared so that the customers can select a good florist who suits their needs. You can go through the comparative analysis of the top florists presented in this table. This comprehensive table will help you decide which florist gives the best service when you want to send flowers to Romania.
Facts about Romania
- Romania, also called Roumania, borders with Hungary in its western side, with Ukraine and Moldova in the northeast, and with Bulgaria and Servia in the south.
- Foreign visitors consider Romanians among the friendliest and most hospitable people on earth. Romanians are by nature fun loving, warm, hospitable, playful, with an innate sense of humor.
- For many centuries the economy of Romania was based on agriculture. In the 1930s Romania was one of the main European producers of wheat, corn and meats and it used to be called Â“the bread basket of EuropeÂ”.
- Forests cover over one quarter of the country and the fauna is one of the richest in Europe
- Danube Delta of Romania, a World Heritage site, is the second largest delta in Europe.