There are 2,867 known species of plants in Israel. 253 of these non-native. The coastal plain and Sharon regions are especially rich in endemic species.
Small Pheasant's Eye - Small flowers with glossy interiors
Palestine Pheasants Eye
Holy Thistle: Golan, Hermon, Gallilee, Upper Jordan valley, Northern valleys, Gilboa, Carmel, Samarian mountains, Samarian desert, Judean mountains, Judean desert
Rough-Leaved Michauxia found in Golan, Hermon, Gallilee, Upper Jordan valley, Samarian mountains,
Common Gladiolus: Gallilee, Mediterranean coast, Northern valleys, Carmel, Samarian mountains, Judean mountains, Sharon, Shefela, Northern Negev
Dark Brown or Judean Iris found on Golan, Northern valleys, Samarian desert, Judean desert and Dead Sea valley, Northern Negev,
Blue Sage found in Golan, Hermon, Gallilee, Samarian mountains, Judean mountains, Shefela,
Nerved Vetchling Desert flower - grows in the Negev
Common name: Hermon Iris Hebrew name: חרמון איריס Latin Name: Iris hermona Habitat: Heavy soil Height: 40-60 cm Distribution: Golan,
Spring Groundsel -