Victoria Amazonica

Its flower is the national flower of Guyana. It is found mostly in the Amazon basin, which contains the lakes and small rivers of Guyana in South America.

It is used to make water gardens. Its white flower has the smell of pineapple. Its seeds are expensive, so it can be called an ornamental plant.

Scientifically, it belongs to the nymphaeaceae family. Children can sit comfortably on the leaves, which can be up to three meters wide, but some leaves can support 50 kg of weight.

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