rare flowers that are stunning to look at

Rare Flowers That Are Stunning To Look At

When spring is in full swing, there is no denying how beautiful the world looks.
21. Corpse Flower
Carrion flowers, also known as corpse flowers, are flowers that emit an odor that smells like rotting flesh, hence its nickname: corpse. Corpse flowers attract mostly scavenging flies and beetles as pollinators. Some species may trap the insects temporarily to ensure the gathering and transfer of pollen.
22. Chocolate Cosmos
Believe it or not, this flower is exactly what its name says a chocolate scented flower. The chocolate cosmos is a very rare tuberous rooted, tender perennial native to Mexico.
23. Saffron Crocus
The saffron crocus, unknown in the wild, descends from Crocus cartwrightianus, which originated in Crete, Greece, and is an extremely rare flower that produces an even rarer (and expensive) spice named saffron. Despite being first cultivated in Greece it was slowly propagated throughout much of Eurasia and was later brought to parts of North Africa, North America, and Oceania.
24. Black Bat Flower
The Black bat flower is a species of flowering plant in the yam family Dioscoreaceae. It is an unusual plant in that it has black flowers. These flowers are somewhat bat shaped, are up to twelve inches across, and have long whiskers that can grow up to twenty eight inches. Rumor has it that it is Batman s favorite flower.
25. Bleeding Heart
The bleeding heart is a very rare flower mainly because of its attractive mounded foliage with arching stems of delicate, heart shaped flowers in spring. It thrives in moist woodland gardens along with ferns and other shade lovers. This flower s colors include yellow, pink, red, and white. It blooms in spring and may bloom sporadically throughout the summer in cool areas.
26. campion
Campion or silene tomentosa only found in the territory of British called Gibrartal. Campion is a weak fragrance evening blooming flower with shorter life span. Interestingly in 1992 the botonical section of Gibratal officially declared that there is no elements of campion flowers left and species became extinct. But after two year in 1994 a climber at cliffs of Gibratal found that the Campion flowers are still exist in inhospitable environments. Today Campion flowers are only found in botanical gardens of Gibratal and London in very few numbers.
27. Parrots beak
Parrot s beak is one of the most beautiful flower ever we can found on this world native to Canary Islands. It is the curvature of flower like parrot s beak makes the plant more beautiful that bring that name. Parrot s beak blooms best in spring season in full sun shine. But we are about to miss the beautiful parrot beak plant within short time. Only a few members of the species exist in the world . The disappearance of parrot s beak flowers started since 1884. The existing members of parrot s beak in Canary Island are protected by law.
28. Yellow and Purple Lady Slippers
Yellow and purple lady slippers is the rare member of orchid family located mainly in London and other areas of Euorope. It is very rare to find out the combination of yellow and purple lady slippers.The yellow lady slipper can see in major part of flower, almost 3/4th of total flower and also the remaining part is in purple color. As it is very rare and features incredible beauty yellow and purple lady slippers is very expensive in the market. So that Yellow and purple lady slipper is protected by law in London.
29. Cape Sundew
The cape sundew, scientifically known as Drosera capensis, is one of the rare flowers that was first discovered in South Africa.

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