1: The flowers smell like curry. The leaves have many tiny silvery hairs on their surface, and when wet they look green,but when dry they look silvery. The hairs protect the plant for the heavy winds and summer drought from drying up | Maltese Everlasting | Sempreviva ta' Ghawdex
2: A very scarce wild flower found mainly in garrigue | It has pinkish red, large flowers that bloom in spring. | Hoary Rock- Rose | Cistu Roza
3: It is a thistle-like plant. Its flowers, stalks and large leaves all bristle with long, sharp spines. Very commonly found from March to June. | Wild Artichoke | Qaqocc tax-Xewk
4: Common Pyramidal Orchid | Orkida Piramidali | The colour of the flower is usually an intense violet pink. The flowers are arranged in a distinctive compact pyramidal shape.
5: Pankrazju | Sea Daffodil | The flowers have a pleasing, exotic and very subtle lily scent. The flowers bloom from June to October. Hot Summery days are needed for blooming. It is pollinated by a type of hawk-moth.
6: A Monocot plant that grows from underground bulbs. The plant forms between 4-8 leaves, usually growing in the form of a V. From the middle of the leaves, a tall flowering stalk, carrying 3-12 flowers, grows. | French Daffodil | Narcis
7: It is an annual herb. It germinates from seeds. The leaves are usually found at the middle or lower part of the stem, thus leaving the flower very conspicuous. The flower has 2 hairy sepals, and 4 very bright red petals. | Common Poppy | Pepprin
8: Borage | Fidloqqom | A plant with several blue star-shaped flowers. The flower is found upside down and hanging, and has 5 sepals and 5 petals. It flowers between January and May. Very commonly found.
9: An annual plant with large flower heads up to 6 cm in diameter. It is very common in the Maltese Islands. Grows between January and June. | Crown Daisy | Lellux
10: Field Gladiolus | Habb il-Qamh | A common species in the Mediterranean region. Grows in disturbed ground and cultivated fields Its flowering period is from March to May.
11: A very rare Iris found in a few garrigue areas. The plant grows a large, solitary and terminal flower. The flower blooms between February and May. | Southern Dwarf Iris | Bellus
12: It is a perennial plant. Found growing in rocky habitats, garrigue and valleys. The plant may reach a height of 30-70cm. It flowers from April to May. | Large Star of Bethlehem Halib it-Tajr Kbir
13: Maltese Rock-Centaury | It is endemic to Malta. It is the national plant of Malta. Its natural habitats are cliffs and coastal valleys. | Widnet il-Bahar
14: A common cultivated flowering plant. Its flowers are yellow and its fruits are black. Grows in shaded areas in valleys, under trees and disturbed terrain. | Alexanders Karfus il-Hmir
15: Grows in shallow soil in the garigue and countryside. Flowers from March to May. Flowers open in the afternoon, closing at dusk. | Barbary Nut Iris Fjurdulis Selvagg
16: A biennial, medium-tall, multi- flowering plant. The flowers are purple-red in bud form, but change into a blue colour as soon as they open up. They flower from February to May. | Blue Hound's Tongue | Lsien il-Kelb
17: Branched Asphodel Berwieq | A monocot, perennial plant that grows from underground tubers. Very commonly found throughout the Maltese garigues. Blooms from December to May
18: It grows in Garigue and Rocky habitats. Its flowers are usually found from March to April The orchid mimics a bee. | Bumble Bee Orchid Nahla
19: Tassel Hyacinth | A common flower found in the Mediterranean region and central Europe. Grows from March to May in steppes and disturbed ground. | Basal il-Hniezer
20: Scarlet Pimpernel Harira Hamra | A very common flower found between February and July. Has adapted to a variety of environmental situations.
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