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Nature of Bangladesh

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Bangladesh is a rich country in nature.

Bangladesh is a beloved child of Nature. Nature has ornamented her with exquisite beauty of green fields, golden crops of paddy and evergreen leaves of trees. There are a few countries in the world which are so blessed with natural beauties like Bangladesh. Being crisscrossed by hundreds of rivers, Bangladesh presents different scenes at different times of the year. Especially the rivers in the rainy season portray an amazing view of variety of sights which sooths our eyes. Again, the long sea-beach of the Bay of Bengal at Kuakata, Patenga, and Cox’s-bazar is worth seeing.

Each of her natural regions like- Rangamati, Kaptai, Sylhet, Cox’s-Bazar, Moinamoti and the Sundarbans etc has its poetic beauty blessed with unique scenes. Tourists and visitors from home and abroad rush to these places throughout the year because of the charming attraction. 

Flowers

Flowers are the wonderful gift of nature. An eminent poet Edwin Curran defined flowers as:

“Flowers are the music of the ground 

From earth's lips spoken 

without sound”

Bangladesh is gifted with fertile soil and favorable climate for growth of various flowers. Flowers here are enriched with glaring colors and odor. Water Lily (shapla) is an aquatic plant of the genus Nymphaea which has large, disk-like, floating leaves and showy flowers. It grows abundantly as a mixed population in almost all shallow natural water bodies, and it has been designated as the national flower.

For the growing demand of flowers, the farmers of Bangladesh gradually started cultivating flowers in commercial scale especially for the capital city, and other big cities and towns of the country. Among the locally produced cutflowers being traded regularly in commercial scale, the following are common: Rose (Rosa multiflora) include varieties Mirindy, Lincon, Papa Milland, Paseali, and Vargo; Gladiolus (Gladiolus primulinus) of several varieties and different colours; Marigold (Tagates patula, T. erecta), varieties commonly cultivated are yellow, red, and orange; Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum coronarium), of varieties Biarritz yellow, Ellen, Euro, and green peas.

Flowers locally known as Karobi, Jasmin, Kamini, water lily, Dolonchapa, Golden champa, Dhalia, and Zinnia are also occasionally available.

 
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