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The native flower of Latvia is the cheerful white daisy. They normally can be found blooming throughout the countryside from June thru September and are commonly included in many flower arrangements. They are particularly popular on Mother’s Day and as welcoming presents. Cornflowers and cosmos are some of the other colorful summer blooms that can be found throughout the country, along with the beautiful oleander trees that can be found blooming throughout the capital city of Riga. One of the most popular festivals is the Midsummer celebration where it is customary to go flower picking. As night falls on the villages, women weave colorful wreaths of flowers for their hair while the men drink beer. Easter always brings the fragrant white Easter lilies, which are used to decorate the church altars, while the Christmas season brings out the bright red cranberries and cyclamens to use as decorations. Considered one of the Baltic states, the climate in Latvia is also ideal for bright yellow daffodils and small purple crocuses.

Popular Bouquets in Latvia


Dangerous In Love

Dangerous In Love

12 Roses and lilies

Humor

Humor

Roses, lilies , carnations and gerberas

Cheerful

Cheerful

Gerberas , roses , lilies

   
Perplexity

Perplexity

Lilies, roses, sunflowers , lavenders and carnations

Gentle

Gentle

Lilies and gypsophila

Elope With Me

Elope With Me

Roses

   
Nice

Nice

Sunflowers , roses and orchids

Elegance

Elegance

Gerberas , carnations and roses

I Can't Live Without You

I Can't Live Without You

3 lilies , carnations , roses, daisies and orchids

   
Shelter

Shelter

Roses and carnations

Delightful Memories

Delightful Memories

Carnations, lilies and larkspur

Royalty

Royalty

Roses, carnations, gerberas and orchids

   


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