Bhutan issued a set of 10 Stamps on Local flora on 01 Jan 1994. A strip containing 10 stamps is listed.
5 Nu – Aquilegia nivalis – Also known as Snow Columbine with deep purple flowers. Found in Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir in India.
6 Nu – Geranium Wallichianum – Himalayan /Flower of India with rose pink or red-purple flowers
7 Nu – Rhododendron Campanulatum – Bell Rhododendron is wild species of Rhododendron found in Himalayan Alpine regions of Northern India, Nepal and Bhutan. Beautiful bell-shaped flowers are pale-mauve or rosy-purple.
9 Nu – Viola Suavis -Also known as Russian Violet.
10 Nu – Cynanthus Lobatus – Trailing Bellflower with bright-blue purple flowers and sepal tube. Himalayan Flower found in Himachal Pradesh India and China.
Bhutan issued a miniature sheet containing three stamps of Nu 10 each on 01 Jan 1996 to Commemorate The Lunar New Year- Year of Rat. It is also known as Fire Rat Year. The compatible Lunar Animal signs to rat are Monkey and Dragon.
Bhutan issued a miniature sheet containing four stamps of Nu 10 each on 30 Jan 2004 to Commemorate The Lunar New Year- Year of Monkey. The stamp feature Gee’s Golden Langur. Lunar WoodMonkey Year 2004 is overprinted on MS. This MS also commemorates 2004 Hong Kong Stamp Exhibition.