Beau­ti­ful flow­ers become even more pre­cious when they are rare or endan­gered. You will not see the flow­ers pre­sent­ed in this top­ic in a local flower shop, or in a neigh­bor’s gar­den. They are also not in many botan­i­cal gar­dens, because they can only be found in a few remote cor­ners of the world. It is very dif­fi­cult to clas­si­fy the rarest flow­ers, because accord­ing to sci­en­tists, there are more than 270,000 types of flow­ers (and this num­ber does not include 10–15% of flow­ers that are com­plete­ly unknown to us). In this arti­cle, I will intro­duce you to some of the rarest types of flow­ers, watch and enjoy!

rare flowers

Mid­dlemist red (Mid­dlemist Camel­lia)

Franklin Tree (Franklinia Alatama­ha)

Cape sun­dew (Drosera capen­sis)

rarest flowers in the world

lady’s slip­per

Strongy­lodon macro­car­pus, Jade flower

Cos­mos “choco­late” (Cos­mos Atrosan­guineus)

Kok­i’o (Kokai Cookei)

Wild lupine (Lupi­nus peren­nis)

Large Leaf Mag­no­lia (Mag­no­lia Macro­phyl­la)

Sun­flower Schweinitz (Helianthus Schweinitzii)

Sev­en-Son flower (Hep­ta­codi­um Mico­niodes)

Flower — pitch­er Nepenthes Tenax

Amor­phophal­lus titanum: corpse flower.

Cam­pi­on (Silene Tomen­tosa)

Par­rot beak (Lotus Berth­elotii)

Ghost Orchid (Epi­pogium Aphyllum/Dendrophylax Lin­denii)

the rarest flowers

This was a selec­tion of the rarest flow­ers in the world, please write in the com­ments if you have some­thing to add

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