hen you visit Myanmar, be sure to explore its culture and natural beauty. Every month is marked with unique flowers that tell the story of local history and myths of Myanmar. Flowers in Myanmar are used to mark different seasons, which can be seen when you visit the country. Myanmar's twelve months are characterized by matching certain types of blooming plants depending upon seasonal timing.
The beautiful and colorful flowers that the Myanmar people sell at their markets are perfect for decorating your home during festival times or as offerings in temples.
The twelve months of the Burmese calendar are characterized by matching seasonal flowers so that everyone can know which month it's in. For Myanmar people, these valuable specimens also hold great medicinal properties - not just for beauty but as treatments against illnesses like cancer or diabetes!
See what they are during the whole year
Khwar Nyo Flower of Pyar Tho Month – JANUARY
When in Myanmar, visitors to this country should not miss seeing the stunning blooms of a plant with dark curled purple sepal cradles upright white petals that have an unusual sweet fragrance. The beauty and uniqueness make it perfect at famous destinations like Mandalay or Pyin Oo Lwin!
Pauk Flower of Tabotwe Month – FEBRUARY
The flower is a profusion of intense vermilion velvet-textured blooms with yellow dye. You can find them anywhere in Myanmar, but they are especially abundant in the highlands throughout this country's entire middle region!
Tha Ra Phi Flower of Tabaung Month - MARCH
Tha Ra Phi is a beautiful flower with unique green leaves that can be found growing in the evergreen forest of Tanintharyi Region. It's similar to another plant called Pone Nyat, which you may know better as calophyllum inophyllum - commonly known throughout Myanmar. Myanmar People use its pollen in Thanaka which is Myanmar Traditional Makeup. Try it!
Gant gaw Flower of Tagu Month – April
The Mesua ferrea is an amazing tree with beautiful delicate leaves and drooping branches. It's cultivated for its graceful shape and grayish green leaves with beautiful pink to red flushes of drooping young stems, as well as large white flowers that smell like fragrance oils when you nip them! This tree may be found in Theravada Buddhism throughout Asia, where it was utilized by four distinct Lord Buddhas before they achieved enlightenment or Bodhi on their paths to leadship. Some versions of Thanakha the Myanmar sunscreen are mixed with the yellow pollen from the Gant Gaw flower.
Za gar Flower of Kasone Month -May
This ornamental tree produces an abundance of extremely fragrant flowers. In our literature, there are four kinds of Za gar trees that can be found mostly in the middle part or Myanmar; these plants are known for their valuable timber and heavenly scent since people have logged away at this sacred place to get those special oils which they use when making perfume " Joy". The Yellow one is historical because it's said that Pa Phae Maung Thint Tae who was another spirit called Nat died here after losing his senses within these woods ever so peacefully while searching through some wood erosion rings hoping someone else could find something good before finally.
Za bai Flower/ Jasmine of Nayone month - JUNE
Jasmine is the flower of love and romance. Its association with purity makes it popular in religious ceremonies where its five-petalled star-like white form can represent both happiness for lovers. Besides, there are many different meanings depending on the culture you find yourself within but one thing remains true: jasmines have been used since ancient times as offerings to gods or goddesses because they're seen both beautiful enough without having any negative side effects unlike other flowers.
Myat Lay Flower of Waso Month – JULY
This flower is called the Spanish Jasmine or Royal Jasmine. It is one of the flowers which is used for herbal medicine. Myanmar People love these flowers and symbolize having courage. They also call it “MuLay Flower''.
Pone Nyat Flower of Waso Month – JULY
The Pone Nyat Flower is a beautiful, but difficult to spot plant. It has similar features like other flowers in its kind; namely that of decorative leaves and fragrant blossom's fragrance which will lead you towards them if they are anywhere near water sources or coastal regions where there may be more shade than sun exposure throughout daylight hours per day (all year).
Khat Ta Flower of Wakhungu Month – AUGUST
The fragrance of this flower is so strong that it can even be smelled from far away. When rain falls, the petals start to open up and bloom into beautiful white blossoms with wine red stamens which are then donated without water being put inside any vessel at all! Myanmar People call it “Gamone Khat Ta Phyu” .
Yin Mar Flower of Tawthalin Month – SEPTEMBER
You can find this plant this September flower especially in the upper part of Myanmar. The tree is green and widely exploited in the wild for its valuable timber. Its range of fragrances and appearances make it a valuable medicinal resource. It's also useful in the production of various goods, including incense that can be used for aromatherapy purposes or as an ingredient to create exotic perfumes! Precious ones!
Kyar Flower/ Lotus of Thadingyut Month – OCTOBER
Kyar flowers are used to represent the people of Myanmar because they have partnerships with water. They are the perfect reminder that no matter what environment you find yourself in, beauty can still thrive. These delicate blooms not only sit atop or float through water without getting wet but they also grow near lakes and rivers. When you tell someone "kyar," there will usually be two types: lotus flowers which emerge from beneath surfaces; while Lily’s do no such thing- instead coming up Displaying beautiful petals until death takes them away again. We can use lotus thread for Monk robes or for scarves for the altars in temples.
Kha wei Flower of Tazaungmone Month – NOVEMBER
They are the pale yellow flowers on the green plant. The vine that is commercially grown for its unripe fruits as a vegetable. Mature fruits use natural cleaning sponges, and it slightly resembles cucumbers or zucchini with ridges. Luffa aegyptus is grown for its young fruit, which are cooked and eaten as vegetables or pickled.
Thazin Flower of Nataw Month – DECEMBER
The romantic, delicate flower of Burma is Thazin. The symbol for Rakhine people and one that has a lot to offer in its beauty with stories related from around how it came about being such an important part during certain moments or events which were special enough not just because they happened but also due what these flowers represent: love between two lovers who bravely fought against their circumstances despite knowing full well what could happen if anything went wrong; hope when all seems lost--this small exquisite blossom begging pause before life ends.
Just like the beauty of Myanmar Seasonal Flowers, Myanmar People are sweet and hospitable. Come and visit Myanmar to explore thousands of unlimited attractions.