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More than 50% of the land in Ukraine is arable, and 18% is wooded. Full of arable plains, Ukraine has a moderate climate, with a more Mediterranean feel on the Crimean coast. The northern and western areas receive the most rain, and summers range from warm to oppressive in the south. With such local and weather conditions, Ukraine is home to many flowers, both native and naturalized.
Hollyhocks make up nearly 60 species of plants that are native to middle and southwest Asia. They are common as ornamental garden plants, and are usually found in hues of dark purple, red, and white, with wild versions often including other colors. Hollyhocks are resistant to harsh conditions, and thrive in bright locations where other flowers may die.
The morning glory is another plant native to Ukraine. They thrive even in poor or parched soils, and make sturdy vines for creating shade in the summer. Morning glories grow speedily, twine readily around stakes, and have bright blossoms that bloom for one day. They are often grown on lattices for decorative or shade-enhancing properties.
The marigold from Ukraine is of genus Glebionis. It is a perennial flower that reaches heights of 80 cm and has vivid yellow flowers 35 to 55 mm in diameter. This marigold is naturalized in many places outside its native habitat, reaching the west with the advent of agriculture.
Camomile is daisy-like plant that has a fragrancenot unlike that of an apple. Camomile is sometimes used to create green stain. It is commonly called upon in medicinal situations, and there are dozens of ailments for which camomile has been traditionally used as treatment, including the common cold, insomnia, and colic.
Cornflower is a small, intense blue bloom native to Europe. It is an annual flower that grows to an usual height of 65 cm and has gray-green leaves. The flower heads on them are slightly over 2 cm in diameter. Because of persistent use of herbicides, the cornflower is now scarce in its native habitat.
The peony is a big, graceful, delicate bloom ranging in color from white to deep red. Peonies blossom in early summer. Peonies like to be left alone once they are established. Those that are transplanted may not bloom again for a long time. But once it is in place, it produces big, voluptuous blooms every year.
One of the genuine lilies, known as the White Lily is native to Ukraine. The lily forms its bulbs at the base. They have a low circle of leaves that make it through the winter, then retreat in the summer. Reaching heights of over 1 yard, this lily appears in late spring and has beautiful six-petaled fragrant white blooms.
Bluebells have stems that average 20 cm long and which bend over at the top. The flowers are blue and hang down. The petals form a trumpet shape, and theblossoms occur on one side of its stem only. Bluebells typically have a strong, pleasant scent. Under suitable conditions, bluebells can spread successfully and rapidly.
The flowers native to Ukraine are numerous and varied. The temperate air and fertile soils of Ukraine provided the origin for native plants that are now cultivated throughout the world.