Flora of the Black Sea
The gladiolus, one of the most widespread bulbous plants, can be found in every color and grows in all temperate climates.
The Eastern Black Sea region, which is home to many endemic plant varieties, conceals trails peerless for nature watchers.
The lily, a wild bulbous plant, is also grown as a garden flower.
Colchicum speciosum is a wildflower that blooms on the plateaus of the Eastern Black Sea in the fall.
The chestnut can be eaten raw or boiled as well – they even make a kebab of it, which must be quite rewarding to eat!
It is also known as “Passiflora,” the passion vine, and as the “clock flower” in Turkish. There are over five hundred varieties of it.
The daisy must be the flower most often depicted by children told to draw a picture of a flower.
The plateaus of the Eastern Black Sea region are home to countless kinds of wild orchids.
The Red Cockscomb is another beautifully named flower. It grows both in gardens and in the wild.