Top 10 Russian Flowers That Are Both Beautiful and Rare

You're able to learn which Russian flowers are the most stunning and uncommon. 

Fern Leaf Peony (Paeonia Tenuifolia)

Fern-leaf peony, with its feathery foliage and deep red blossoms, are among the most unusual peonies.

Royal Azalea (Rhododendron Schlippenbachii)

Rhododendron schlippenbachii, sometimes known as Royal Azalea, is an upright, rounded, deciduous Azalea that blooms in all four seasons.

Bieberstein's Crocus (Crocus Speciosus)

Crocus speciosus, often known as Bieberstein's crocus, is a flowering plant in the genus Crocus of the Iridaceae family.

Sacred Lotus (Nelumbo Nucifera)

Many religions around the world see the lotus as sacred, particularly in India and Egypt, where it is regarded as a symbol of the Universe itself.

Siberian Fawn Lily (Erythronium Sibiricum)

They given this plant the name "fawn lily" because they believed the two leaves resembled a fawn's perked ears. 'Fawn' probably refers to the spotted leaf coloration.

Pansy (Viola Incisa)

Pansies are beautiful, edible blooms of the Violaceae family that belong to the Viola genus.

Lady's Slipper Orchid (Cypripedium Macranthos)

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Golden Root (Rhodiola Rosea)

Is a Crassulaceae family perennial flowering plant. It grows naturally in Europe, Asia, and North America's wild Arctic regions and can be reproduced as a groundcover.

Tiger Lily (Lílium Lancifólium)

Lilium lancifolium is an Asian species of lily, native to China, Japan, Korea, and the Russian Far East.

Schrenk's Tulip (Tulipa Schrenkii)

Are a genus of perennial herbaceous bulbiferous geophytes that bloom in the spring. The flowers are often huge, showy, and highly colored, ranging from red to pink to yellow to white.