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Namibia
Flora
June 15, 2017
Zone A: Limestone Lily (Ornithoglossum calcicola)
Zone B: Flame Lily (Gloriosa superba)

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2019 Russia - Campanula (bell flower)

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Malta
Maltese Flowers
September 19, 2001
The stamp set features Papaver rhoeas, Silene colorata, Anthemis arvensis, Borago officinalis, Chrysanthemum coronarium, Malva sylvestris.

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Another of Germany's flower definitives... this one the 5cent Phlox

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Tulip from Turkey... date looks like 2018?

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This is my personal favourite!

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In June and July of 2005, Spain issued two computer-vended stamps by contemporary Spanish artist Chico Montilla (b. 1961). The stamp depicting the field of sunflowers (Mi. #162), is La Tarde Crece Interminable (The Afternoon is Endless), and the other (Mi. #164) is Las Flores Silvestres (Wildflowers). Montilla's work is handled by Granada Capital Galeria de Arte in Granada, Andalusia.

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Transkei
Flowers
September 20, 1990
21c: Cyrtanthus obliquus
35c: Disa crassicornis
40c: Sandersonia aurantiaca
50c: Podranea ricasoliana

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The image of a daffodil was used by An Post (Ireland) for this stamp (Sc.#1990) commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Irish Cancer Society. Stamp was issued on March 21, 2013. The "N' rate signifies 55c, the domestic rate at the time of issue. The "N" was used because of uncertainty of the rate at the time of printing; it increased to 60c in April.

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Ireland started its eleventh definitive issue (wild flowers) in 2004. The high value of the set depicts spring gentian (Gentiana Verna), an alpine plant.

From wikipedia, "(It is) found on sunny alpine meadows throughout Eurasia from Ireland to Russia...In Northern Europe, it is very rare, confined to Teesdale in northern England and a handful of locations in western Ireland."

The computer-vended/atm version of this stamp can be found on page 35 of this thread.


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On January 1, 2002 when Finland changed to the use of euro currency, these 10 cent definitive stamps (Facit #s 1595-9) were issued. They depict the national flower, the lily of the valley (Convallaria majalis). Note that on the stamps, the species name is spelled with two L's (majallis).

From wikipedia, "Lily of the valley is a highly poisonous woodland flowering plant...It is native throughout the cool temperate Northern Hemisphere in Asia and Europe...All parts of the plant are highly poisonous, including the red berries which may be attractive to children."


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Poland
Polish Climbers cultivars - Clematis
June 25, 2019
The stamp set depicts Clematis cultivars raised by renowned Polish breeders:
General Sikorski by Wladyslaw August Noll
Kardynal Wyszynski by brother Stefan Franczak SJ
Maria Sklodowska Curie by Szczepan Marczynski
Solidarnosc by Szczepan Marczynski

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Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) (N. Korea)
15th July 1960
Flowers



Lily; Rhododendron
Hibiscus; Blue Campanula; Mauve Campanula
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Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) (N. Korea)
30th November 1962
Korean Plants


Uibang Ryuchui; Ginseng; Campanula; Polyonaceae
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Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) (N. Korea)
21st March 1963
Korean Flowers



Peony (2 examples); Rugosa Rose (10 ch.); Azalea ((10 ch.); Campion (10 ch.); Orchid (40 ch.)
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