The national flower is the Blue Poppy (Meconopsis Grandis).
Blue Poppy, the National Flower of Bhutan, is known locally as 'Euitgel Metog Hoem'. Its biological name is Meconopsis grandis. It is a delicate blue or purple tinged blossom with a white filament. It grows to a height of 1 meter, and is found above the tree line (3500-4500 meters) on rocky mountain terrain. It was discovered in 1933 by a British Botanist, George Sherriff in a remote part of Sakteng in eastern Bhutan.