Thursday, December 13, 2012

National Flower of Bangladesh | Jatiyo Phul Shapla

Water Lily (shapla) an aquatic plant of the genus Nymphaea which has huge, disk-like, floating leaves and showy plant life. There are approximately 50 species rising in several countries. In Bangladesh there are species: N. nouchali (blue variety) and N. pubescens (white variety). each species develop abundantly as a combined population in virtually all shallow herbal water bodies, however the latter is extra common and well-liked in Bangladesh and has been precise because the national flower.
Some other species, N. rubra, is steadily cultivated in ponds and tanks as a decorative plant. Every plant produces a few solitary flora with long peduncles and blooms above the water surface.
water lily (shapla) national flower of bangladesh
Water Lily
It is seen in abundance within the monsoon season. The peduncle is a well-liked vegetable to villagers; the tuberous rhizomes also are eaten. Seeds on frying are eaten as puffed-grains in a few places. The large water lily or Amazon water lily (Victoria amazonica) is every so often developn in a few gardens for its monumental (approximately 2m in diametre) orbicular floating leaves

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