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Lotus flowers bloom in Primorye

According to APR PRESS, Komarov's lotus flowers bloom in Primorye. Lake Karasinoye near Artyomovskaya CHP turned into a green glade decorated with noble and delicate lotus flowers.

Residents of the region come specially to the lake to see this unique spectacle and admire the flowers in the Red Book.

Reference: The nut-bearing lotus is widespread in tropical and temperate regions of Asia (including Azerbaijan, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Iran, the Korean Peninsula, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Russia, Thailand, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Japan ), as well as in northern Australia. In Russia, in the Far East, in the lower reaches of the Amur, in the basins of the Ussuri, Bureya, Tunguska and Zeya rivers, on the Khanka plain and Putyatin island, on the shores of the Caspian and Azov seas.

The whole plant is edible and used for medicinal and food purposes. Lotus root is considered a delicacy in Japanese, Thai and Chinese cuisine. It is used in the form of salads, fried, stewed, used to decorate dishes.

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