The flower of Mohammadi or Rose (Scientific name: Rosa damascena) is the name of a rose that takes it from the rosewood. It has a high resistance to dehydration and grows well in large cities. The shrub is a decidable and native of the central Iran and Alborz Mountains. The flower of Mohammadi has been cultivated in Iran for a long time, but since its extract and rose water drove it from Europe to Damascus, the Europeans called it a daisy rose. The flower is a mixture of rosacea and the portion that can be consumed by its dry or fresh flower and bud. The history of flowering of Mohammadi is related to the Achaemenid era and in Fars province, which during the Safavid period was taken to the foothills of Kashan and in recent years was cultivated in Lalezar area of Kerman in Shah mountain and due to suitable conditions, Found
Golmohammadi farms are mainly located in 14 provinces of the country, which have the highest cultivar of Mohammadi flowers in the provinces of Fars, Isfahan, Central, Semnan, Kerman and East Azarbaijan, respectively.
The highest cropping area in the country’s cities is in the city of Meymand in Fars province, after which the cities of Kashan in Isfahan province and Darab in Fars province have the highest cultivars of Mohammadi flowers
The best and best quality flowers of Mohammadi are taken in the fields of Roseh Mohammadi, Kashan, in the regions of Borzak, Joushaghan Carp, Niasar and Ghamsar.