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8 of the rarest flowers on Earth

1. Corpse Flower

This is a flowering plants with the largest unbranched inflorescence in the world. Due to it's odor, like that of a rotten corpse the plant is known as Corpse Flower or Corpse Plant.


2. Stinking Corpse Lily

Corpse Lily is a specie of flowering plant noted for producing the largest individual flower on Earth. It has a strong unpleasant odor of decaying flesh.


3. Fire Lily

Fire Lily is a species of flowering plant. Common names include Tiger claw, Flame Lily, Gloriosa Lily and Fire Lily


4. Lady Slipper Orchids

This is a flowering plant commonly known as lady's slipper orchids and slipper orchid.


5. Queen of the night

This is a flowering plant, it is a species of cactus, rarely blooms and only blooms at night, and it's flowers wilt before dawn.


6. Juliet Rose

The rarest rose in the world. The Juliet Rose is not only considered one of the rarest flowers in the world, but is also the rarest rose in the world. It took 15 years for David Austin to cultivate the flower in England.

Due to it's rare quality, the flower sells in the black market for up to $5,000 per stem. The Juliet Rose is the most expensive ever developed, costing it's creator David Austin $3 million over the course of years.


7. Middlemist Red

The Middlemist Red was a native of China. It is probably the rarest flowering plants in the world. The Middlemist Red is found only in two locations, a garden in New Zealand and a Greenhouse in the UK.


8. Gibraltar Campion

The Gilbraltar Campion is a very rare flowering plants. It is a Woody–based perennial about 40cm high, with flowers ranging from pink to pale violent.

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