Flowers are nature’s most beautiful gift to mankind. They are all around us, blooming in glory and brightening up our days with happiness and joy. But have you ever come across flowers that look like something else all together? Flowers that forgot how to be flowers. Here’s presenting a collection of the most unusual and rare flowers you can find in the world that will leave you start struck! Beauty at its best!
1. The Naked Man Orchid
Scientific Name – Orchis Italica; Location – Native to the Meditterenian.
2. Hooker’s Lips
Scientific Name – Psychotria Elata; Location – Grows in the Central and South American tropical forests.
3. The Snap Dragon Seed Pod
Scientific Name – Antirrhinum; Location – Native to rocky areas of Europe, the United States, and North Africa.
4. The Darth Vader Flower
Scientific Name – Aristolochia Salvadorensis; Location – Widespread across diverse climates
5. Dancing Girls
Scientific Name – Impatiens Bequaertii; Location – Rainforests of East Africa
6. The Bird of Paradise
Scientific Name – Strelitzia reginae; Location – Indigenous to South Africa.
7. The Ice Cream Tulip
8. The Moth Orchid
Scientific Name – Phalaenopsis; Location – Southern China, the Indian Subcontinent, Southeast Asia, New Guinea, the Bismark Archipelago, and Queensland.
9. The Flame Lily
Scientific Name – Gloriosa Superba; Location – Native to much of Africa and Asia.
10. The Bat Flower
Scientific Name – Tacca Chantrieri; Location – Native to tropical regions of Southeast Asia (Thailand, Malaysia, and southern China: particularly Yunnan Province).
11. Flying Duck Orchid
Scientific Name – Caleana Major; Location – Eastern and Southern Australia.
12. Swaddled Babies
Scientific Name – Anguloa Uniflora; Location – Native to the high altitude of the Andes in South America.
13. The Laughing Bumble Bee Orchid
Scientific Name – Ophrys bomybliflora; Location – Widespread across much of Europe, North Africa, the Canary Islands, and the Middle East as far east as Turkmenistan.
14. The Angel Orchid
Scientific Name – Habenaria Grandifloriformis; Location – Exquisite orchid species from the open high-altitude grasslands of southern India.
15. Happy Alien Flower
Scientific Name – Calceolaria Uniflora; Location – Originally from Tierra del Fuego in the southern part of South America.
16. The Monkey Face Orchid
Scientific Name – Dracula simia; Location – Found in the cloud forests of southeastern Ecuador and Peru.
17. The Parrot Flower
Scientific Name – Impatiens psittacina; Location – Thailand, Burma and parts of India.
18. The Jeweled Carpet Flower
19. Hanging Lobster Claw Flower
Scientific Name – Heliconia rostrata; Location – Native to Central and South America.
20. The Ballerina Orchid
Scientific Name – Caladenia melanema; Location – Australia
21. Purple Morning Glory
Scientific Name – Ipomoea purpurea; Location – Native to Mexico and Central America.
22. The White Egret Orchid
Scientific Name – Habenaria Radiata; Location – China, Japan, Korea and Russia.
Seriuously Beauty At Its Best!