Flora in the amazon(amazonian victory)
The Victoria Regia, or Victoria amazónica, cataloged as the largest aquatic flower in the world, only blooms every two or three months in the calm, shallow lagoons and muddy waters around the great rivers of the Amazon jungles. This plant is part of the group of aquatic plants used in some cases in lagoons and large ponds.
It is characterized by having large circular leaves up to 3 meters in diameter that float on the surface of the water on submerged stems that reach 7 to 8 m in length. They can support up to 40 kilos if the weight is well distributed on its surface.