National, Native and Popular Flowers of Moldova
National Flower of Moldova
The Republic of Moldova is one of the most densely populated areas in Europe.
Though the coat of arms of Moldova consists a five-petal flower on it and wearing Flowers in hair is considered important for brides, still no flower has been designated as the national flower for this flower loving country till now.
Other Native and Popular Flowers of Moldova
Dependent on the climatic conditions of the different regions of the Moldova, the species of flowers grow largely in the forests of the country. Flora of Moldova constitutes around 859 species. Some of the popular flowers grown here are, Herbaceous, Delphiniums, Hawaii Plumeria, Cut flowers, Saponaria Bellifolia, Bearberry, Lavender, Lilac, Peony, Rose, Tulip, Dahlia, Lily and Mac.
Every spring on March 1 people in Moldova, along with their neighbors in Romania, celebrate Martisor. They celebrate the rebirth of life after the hard winter. On this day men offer to their beloved women flowers. Guzmania, Orchids, Roses, Lilies and Carnations are frequently used here as the expressions of greetings and emotions.
Online Florists Moldova
A few of the major online florists who cater to Moldova are Teleflora and Flowers Moldova, As More than 35% of people prefer to order flowers and gifts over Internet, these florists give 24 hours online flower service in Moldova. For a list of Moldova florists who do business online, please visit our page on Online Florists in Moldova.
Send Flowers to Moldova
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 Moldova.
Facts about Moldova
- Lying in eastern Europe between Romania and Ukraine, Moldova or the Republic of Moldova is a landlocked country that covers an area of about 33,700 sq km. It was the second smallest republic of the former USSR, after Armenia.
- Moldova remains the poorest nation in Europe, where industry accounts for only 20% of its labor force, while agriculture shares more than one-third.
- The Republic of Moldova is one of the most densely populated areas in Europe.
- Moldova became the first former Soviet state to elect a Communist as its president in 2001.