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Rhanterum epapposum, or locally called Arfaj, the plant, became the national flower of Kuwait in 1983. In the past this plant not only served as fodder for the Rhem gazelle and domestic animals, but also was a source of fuel. Prominent in the central and northeastern part of the desert, this small aromatic shrub displays silvery branches and small green leaves in autumn and during Spring it has a profusion of golden yellow flowers. Now this Flower is a great source of water for camels during the dry spells.
Although Kuwait is largely desert, the land is not barren. Desert shrubs, and flowering plant are plentiful on the land. Some native and popular flowers of Kuwait grown on its land are, Hanwa (Calendula perseca), Lehiet Al-Tais (Koelpinia linearis), Oqhowan (Calendula aegyptiaca), Gharqad (Nitraria retusa), Selmas (Artemisia scoparia), Afaina (Scrophularia deserti), Eshnan (Seidlitzia rosmarinus), Hurum (Zygophyllum coccineum) and Ziekh (Cistanche tubulosa).
Though the people of Kuwait do not have much varieties of flowers like other countries, Roses, Carnations, Gerberas, sunflowers, Asters, Jasmines, Lilies and Chrysanthemums are passionately liked by them for gifting to friends and relatives.
A few of the major online florists who cater to Kuwait are PickupFlowers and Kuwait Flower, KuwaitFlower was first launched as Kuwait On-Line Florist by the end of 1997 for giving flower delivery flowers in Kuwait. For a list of Kuwait florists who do business online, please visit our page on Online Florists in Kuwait.
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 Kuwait.