|There are a lot of flowers in Iran. On
this page we'll show you a collection of Iranian flower pictures. If
you still think Iran is just desert, maybe you should have a look at
all the other flower photographs we made.
Annually in the town of Qamsar near the city of Kashan in the
central Isfahan province, roses are plucked by local people in order
to extract their water in mid-spring.
Besides its application as a mild perfume, rose water is used to
flavor a drink and is very refreshing.
The tulip is actually not a Dutch flower as many people tend to
believe. Tulip or "Laaleh" as it's called in Persian, is a flower
indigenous to Iran, Afghganistan and parts of Central Asia.