Province flowers of Pakistan
Provincial flowers are species of plants selected to represent each Provinces of Pakistan. The origin of province flowers comes from the Cultural diversity of the country and its local Traditions of which the idea to the state flowers of Sub nationalism respectively, some are regional and others are territorial. Mostly they do not encompass the official national flower and the "provincial flowers" are of its constituent provinces.
The National Flower of Pakistan is the Poet's Jasmine (Jasminum officinale).
|Province||Image||Local name||Scientific name|
|Islamabad Capital Territory||Ghulaab||Rosa rosa|
|Balochistan||Jungli Tuluus||Tulipa sylvestris|
|Khyber Pakhtunkhwa||Khawateen Tuluus||Tulipa clusiana|
|The Punjab||Sadabahar||Catharanthus roseus|
|Sindh||Sindhi Kurnool||Nelumbo speciosa|
|Gilgit–Baltistan||Asmani Rang ka Phool||Aquilegia coerulea|
|Azad Kashmir||Barfi Ghulaab||Rhododendron ferrugineum|
- National Symbols of Pakistan
- List of national flowers
- "Our Sindhi Symbols Pakistan". Amar Guriro. Retrieved 2011-12-14.
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