damask roses

  • Harvesting Damask rose in Eastern Iran

    Harvesting Damask rose in Eastern Iran

    Damask rose harvesting from "Flower village" in Khodagholi village of Bojnourd city (North Khorasan province in Eastern Iran) starts from the end of May and continues until the middle of June. Harvesting Damask rose takes about 15 days. There are 350 hectares of Damask rose gardens in North Khorasan province. Bojnourd, Iran. May 20, 2020. IRNA/Vahid Khademi.

  • Beauty of damask roses in Iran

    Beauty of damask roses in Iran

    The photo album depicts an eye-catching damask rose farm that is located in Khur and Biabanak County in Iran's Province of Esfahan. Making homemade rosewater as well as herbal drinks from damask roses is of prime importance in the Iranian culture. Every year a number of festivals are held in Iran to introduce benefits of rosewater as a drink or an additive in Iranian meals for health. Rosewater is also an anti-depressant and recommended to be mixed with drinking water. Damask rose is locally called Gol-e Mohammadi or Gol-e Sorkh. April 23, 2020. IRNA/ Mohsen Firouzi

  • Picking rose flowers in central Iran kicks off

    Picking rose flowers in central Iran kicks off

    Yazd, April 6, IRNA – Picking damask roses in central part of Iran has started, Head of Agricultural Jihad Office in Mehriz County said on Monday.