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1: Smells like curry and have small hair | When wet they look green . when dry they look silvery. | Maltese everlasting | sempreviva t'ghawdex

2: Scarcely found in Garigue Areas | Hoary rock-rose | Has pinkish, red, large flowers. | Cistu Roza

3: Thristle-like plant | Have long,sharp spines | Qaqocc tax-xewk | Wild Artichoke

4: Has an intense violet, pink colour | Arranged in a distinctive, compact pyramidal shape | Common Pyramidal Orchid | Orkida Piraindali

5: Pollinated by a type of hawk-moth. | Flowers bloom from June to October | Sea Daffodil | Pankrazju

6: A Monocot plant that grows from under ground bulbs. | From the middle of the leaves, a tall flowering stalk, carrying 3-12 flowers, grows. | French Daffodil | Narcis

7: 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. | Common Poppy | Peprin

8: The flower is found upside down and hanging, and has 5 sepals and 5 petals. | It flowers between January and May. | Borage | Fidloqqom

9: An annual plant with large flower heads up to 6 cm in diameter. | Grows between January and June. | Crown Daisy | Lellux

10: Its flowering period is from March to May. | A common species in the Mediterranean region. | Grows in disturbed ground and cultivated fields | Field Gladiolus | Habb il-Qamh

11: Blooms between February and May. | A very rare Iris found in a few garrigue areas. | The plant grows a large, solitary and terminal flower. | Southern Dwarf Iris | Bellus

12: Large sTAR OF bETLEHEM | It is a perennial plant | Found in rocky habitats, garigue and valley areas | Reaches to the height of 30-70 cm | Halib it-tajr kbir

13: Maltese Rocks - Centuary | Endemic to Malta | Malta's National Plant | Found in cliffs and coastal valleys | Widnet il-Bahar

14: |Grows in shaded areas in valleys, under trees and disturbed terrain | It's Flowers are yellow and its fruit are black | Alexanders | A|common cultivated flowering plant | Karfus il-Hmir

15: Grows in shallow soil in the garigue and countryside. | Barbary Nut Iris | Flowers from March to May. Flowers open in the afternoon, closing at dusk. | 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 | Blue Hound's Tongue | Ilsien il-kelb

17: A monocot, perennial plant that grows from underground tubers. | Branched Asphodil | Found through the Maltese garigues. | Blooms from December to May | Berwieq

18: Bumble Bee Orchid | Grows in garigue and rocky habitats. the flowers are usually found fromMarch to April | Nahla

19: Grows from March to May in steppes and disturbed ground. | Tassel Hyacinth | A common flower found in the Mediterranean region and central Europe | Basal il-Hniezer

20: Very common found between February and July. has adapted a variety of environmental situations | Scarlet Pimpernel | Harira Hamra


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  • Title: Beautiful flowers in Malta
  • In this photo book one can find a description of some Maltese flowers with nice pictures. Hope you enjoy them.
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