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About four years ago, NIkagol Mahallat Company started making efforts toward export. It was the first nation to be exported to because of the conditions in Iraq.

We could open the export channel to Iraq because of Fararan's efforts, youthful management, and the increase of the area under the flower and plant cultivation, which, by the goodness of God, grew every year.

The first step was taken to work with the Iraqi customer by relying on advertisements on the Iraqi website, social networks, and television channels.

The work was difficult initially because there needed to be trust between the two sides.

One side needed to take the lead in the interval. Because of extensive experience and relevant university education in researching flowers and plants, Mr Vahid Sarlak, the director of Nikagol Complex, had trust in the Iraqi side.Colleagues considered the Iraqi customer as a difficult client.


The Iraqi parties should be reassured about trusting Nikagol after that. In this way, the customer in Iraq finalizes his contract with Naba Al-Jana and transfers the money to the company in Najaf. The company sends the money to Iran after providing their goods and assuring complete customer satisfaction. The customer can request a refund from the company if he is dissatisfied with the shipment. Thankfully, we have yet to have a dissatisfied customer. As a guarantee, the company's management sends around two to three shipments to various places within Iraq.


Iraq is more of an importer because the government aids the population, and individuals do not need to work in manufacturing. Despite the exchange rate, importing flowers and plants from Iran has a solid economic justification for the Iraqi people.

Currently, Nikagol distributes to almost all Iraqi cities and has a lot of applications in diverse Iraqi cities that buy the collection's goods in Iraq at the set Aria Gol price. They also represented the cities of: 

1. Kalar

2. Sulaimaniyah

3. Erbil

4. Ranya

5. Shaqlawa

6. Mosul

7. Duhok

8. Karbala

9. Najaf


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An unusual flower natural to several nations in the Middle East, including Iraq, is the Anastatica, often known as the Rose of Jericho. Because during dry seasons or droughts, the branches of the Rose of Jericho wrap into a tight ball, the plant is also frequently referenced to as the resurrection plant. The plant can periodically become unattached from its roots and blow over the desert like a tumbleweed, as when it rains, the plant's branches uncurl to release safe seeds at the plant's center. As these seeds sprout, additional anastiaticas might develop. Anastacia's flowers are white.
Puschkinia, commonly called the striped squill, is a bulb-based flower. Generally, between March and April, these bulbs develop stalks with blue-white blooms in the spring. The flowers are available for three to four weeks when the plants are 4 to 6 inches tall. These bulbs may grow in the United States despite being native to Iraq. They can thrive in the US when handled. Zones 3 and 4 of something like the Department of Agriculture's (USDA) hardiness chart. They are usually cold-hardy in USDA hardiness zones 5 through 7 without mulch. They can withstand a summer drought, although they require constant irrigation throughout the developing and flowering season in the spring.
 Roses were native to Iraq since it was formerly part of the Persian Empire. Red, purple, pink, and white are only some of the various varieties that may be seen in rose flowers. Their flowers may be as simple as the wild rose flowers or as complex as the fanned blooms of hybridized roses. Depending on the kind, roses can take the shape of bushes, shrubs resembling trees, or climbing vines.
The Damask rose, which originated in Syria & carries the name of that capital town, Damascus, is one of the flowers in Iraq. Between 1254 and 1276, the Damask rose was brought to Europe. Several Damask rose types are indigenous to the Middle East, including Iraq. One is Ispahan, and a pink rose with the name of the Iranian city of Isfahan. Another is the fragrant pink flower called Kazanlik, which has loose, double blossoms. Another very fragrant pink flower from 1893 is the Omar Khayyam rose. Even though Iraq is a suitable environment to grow most rose varieties, these special roses are native to areas of the Persian Empire.