Any natural creation is one of the best in the whole world. Amongst them, the flowers are the most unique ones. We all love flowers because of their multi-usability. It is a perfect gift; a perfect decorative; perfect for medication; helpful for beauty and maintenance; and last but not the least, it is even air purifier and ambiance enhancer as well. But we are just able to see just 10% of the actual varieties of flowers. There are some flowers which even have not been discovered yet. Here is a list of those rarest flowers in the world.
1) Corpse Flower
This flower blooms once in a few decades. It is one of the largest flowers in the world as it can grow up to 3.6 meters. This flower has no roots, no leaves; no plant. It is one petal- green outside and burgundy red inside and shapes like a cone. When this flower blooms it spreads a foul smell of rotting flesh hence it is called the corpse flower. It grows in Sumatra gardens in Sumatra.
Flowers will never fail to astonish you- from being most beautiful to the ugliest. Above are the rarest flowers in the world some of which might have not been seen by anyone yet.
2) Chocolate Cosmos
It is a native flower of Mexico. It has this unusual name because whenever this flower blooms, it spreads chocolate-like aroma. It is one of the most beautiful flowers in the world. This dark red or brown colored flower blooms at the end of the summer season. Why it is called the rarest is because it has become extinct for years, only before 1902 vegetation propagation had made it possible to rejuvenate this flower. So, right now the flower that we can see is a clone of chocolate cosmos. Any place in Mexico and around the world where this flower bloom is restricted by the law.
3) Yellow and Purple Lady Slippers
This is a category of wild orchids. Amongst the rarest orchids, this has a place on the list. This flower is a native to London. The flower is not that rare but the combination of flowers is rarer. A yellow and purple lady slipper is rare to find. Almost 3/4th of the whole family is of yellow color, and 1/4th is purple. Because it is one of the rarest flowers in the world 2020, it also is one of the most expensive ones. It is protected by London law.
4) Jade Vine
Jade vine belongs to the category of bean and pea plants. This flower only blooms in the rainforest of the Philippines. Jade vine flowers look like animal claws and they can grow up to 3 meters. From blue to light green, this flower ranges in between these heavenly colors. Jade vine is unique for another feature of it. It is a luminous flower as it is pollinated by the bats. The reason why this flower is becoming rarest is because of the changing environment and reduction of natural pollinators. You will never get these flowers even if you order flowers online as these are restricted.
5) Middle Mist Red
This is the extinct flower in the world; only two examples of this flower are available in the whole world. One is in the New Zealand garden and the other one is in the greenhouse garden of the UK. But its basic origin is China. John Middlemist first brought this amazing plant in the UK in 1805. It resembles very much with a rose, but of the deepest pink color. After it was brought to the UK, surprisingly it extinct from China and started blooming in London. But, o botanist et has become successful in finding out the genotype of this flower to create biologically.
6) Juliet Rose
Rose is the most popular flower on earth. But o you know, this variety of rose is the rarest category of rose on earth! David Austin, a flower breeder took 15 years to cultivate this flower in England. It was a debuted prestigious Chelsea Flower show in 2006; which means, the second one has not bloomed yet. Hence it is impossible to find in any flower bouquet delivery sites. The cherry on the top, this flower costs around $4.5 million. It is a variety of tea rose, peach, and apricot-colored petals.
7) Fire Lily
Fire Lily is also known Flame lily. It is not that rare flower, but it is getting endangered in some countries. It is a native flower to Asia and tropical Africa, but now it is rare in Sri Lanka and is almost extinct in Odisha; hence it is a rare flower in India. In countries like Australia, Cook Island, and French Polynesia, this flower is considered invasive and dangerous. This medicinal plant can grow up to 12 feet and can cause skin irritation to humans. You will not get this flower as a gift from same-day flower delivery sites.