National Flower of Russia
Camomile (Matricaria Recutita), a member of the daisy family Aromatic, Fruity, Floral fragrance, is the national flower of Russia. Native to West Asia, this flower grows freely everywhere.
Used for hysteria and nervous diseases, prevention of gangrene, for breaking up typhoid and in combination with bittersweet for bruises, sprains, calluses and corns, this flower possibly is one of the most important central European remedies, whereas blue chamomile oil is very soothing and dried flowers make a relaxing infusion.
Other Native and Popular Flowers Of Russia
Russia has a largely continental climate because of its sheer size and compact configuration and the climate thus effect the cultivation of flowers in the country. Both imported and locally grown flowers may be found in Russia.
Some of the famous Russian native Flowers are Rhizomatous perennial, Crocus and Arnica Montana.Though wholesalers normally offer a rich stock of cut flowers, the famous grown flowers of Russia such as Camomile, Azalea, Orchid, Roses, Lilies, Gerbera Daisies, Chrysanthemums and Carnations are very much used by the Russiansfor gifting purposes on the occasions like, birth days, marriages, valentine days and other festivals.