Flowers are the most beautiful and amazing gifts from nature to us. In the whole world, there are more than 270000 types of flowers. Some of them only bloom in specific seasons or even after some period. It is not necessary that we should know about all of them. The flowers that are common to unreachable parts of the world also remain undiscovered.
Here Is The List Of 15 Rare & Most Beautiful Flowers In The World May Be Unknown To You.
- Origin: Happy Aliens was discovered between 1831 and 1836, by Darwin. That’s why some people know about this flower by the name of Darwin’s slippers.
- Scientific Name: Calceolaria Uniflora
- Where to find: Found excessively in Tierra, Del Fuego, South America
- Description: Happy Aliens also called Chamber Meds. This fabulous flower might look like an Alien belongs to another planet, but it grows in cold climates profusion in South America close to Antarctica. This little flower prefers partial sun and cold temperature.
Due to the shallow root system, this flower favors sandy and stony soil. The flower is simply two shuffles tall. The blossoms appear in summer and are held above the rosette of oblong leaves on a tall slight 4 to 5-inch stem, giving it the impression of moving above the ground.While all Calceolaria Uniflora is yellow/orange with a white “tray” and dark dotting, some more closely look like an alien than others.
- Origin: Parrot’s Beak classified as extremely rare later in 1884. Discovered by Captain Cook on his famous journey to the South Seas
- Scientific Name: Lotus berthelotii
- Where to find: Found rarely in United States, Canary Islands
- Description: Parrot’s Beak “Clianthus Puniceus” is the rarest flower in the world. This plant is an easy-to-grow lasting outback in the Legume family that develops 4 to 8 feet tall and wide. Grow it in a pot and bring it indoors each winter.
It propagates well in a sunny room, provided that the air is not too dry. It takes moreover full sun or half shade sun. It does best with noontime shade in warmer areas. It may also take Shades of Orange, Yellow and Red. Most of the Lotus varieties blooms best in spring and summer or fall as cold nighttime temperature.
There are seized to be no natural stands of this plant left in the uninhabited region. The white form is rarely available in the United States.
- Origin: Koki’o plant discovered in 1860
- Scientific Name: Kokai cookei
- Where to find: Existed in the lowlands of Western Molokaʻi in the Hawaiian Islands
- Description: Koki’o “Kokai Cookie” is another rarest plant in the world which comes from a tree in Hawaii. This plant also is believed to be no longer exists in the uninhabited region. When it was first discovered in the 1860s, only three rare plants were found in the wild.
But all that three were died in 1978 by fire. One of the branches of the plant was saved luckily in a last-conduit effort to save the plant from destruction. That saved cuttings were grafted then onto its fellow species, Kokia dryanarioides and Kokia kauaiensis.
The tree grows to 10-11 meters high and has hundreds of sunny, red flowers that developed trees produce yearly. The grafting was successful, and this is how it survives today, unable to yield feasible seeds.
- Origin: Kadupul flower also called the queen of the night. They are from the species of cactus and the most sophisticated kind of species
- Scientific Name: Epiphyllum oxypetalum
- Where to find: Found from Mexico to Venezuela, Brazil, Texas or California, Sri Lanka
- Description: Kadupul “Epiphyllum oxypetalum” is an awesome and rare flower with yellow-white color which grows naturally in Sri Lanka where it is called Kadupul Mal and Flower from the Heaven. But in India it is called with another name which is Brahma kamalam.
These flowers only blossoms at night due to which they have also called Queen of the Night. This flower has a gorgeous history in Japan where its name can be decoded as “Beauty under the Moon.” Kadupul flower is one of the rarest and unusual flower or plant in the world that cannot ever be picked without affecting damage to it. It invents a peaceful and attractive fragrance.
But it has very short time to be alive after being picked, and it will only last for few hours. This flower cannot ever be bought neither made a shop for it. It start blooming between 10 -11 pm and continue blooming for just two hours, after that it starts disappearing and weaken entirely before beginning of the day.
- Origin: Ghost Orchid, first discovered in 1844, by Jean Jules a Belgian plant collector. Ghost Orchid also called “epiphyte” means (grow when attached)
- Scientific Name: Epipogium aphyllum or Dendrophylax lindenii
- Where to Find: Can be found muddy forests of Florida and Cuba.
- Description: Ghost Orchid are the rarest flower to find because it is near-impossible to broadcast. It is harder to cultivate this plant outside the natural environments. Ghost orchids are always used to grow at wetland surroundings, which we can call moist and wet situations.
They can be considered as endangered species of orchids due to which they are not permitted to be removed from their natural environment. They can grow only when attached to another plant which will then called a host tree. And over the host tree their green, white and gray roots are harder to identify. They don’t have leaves and only can blossom during the months of April to August, just for three weeks.
These flowers can be identified by their smell while blooming, and they produce a soap-like smell. Ghost Orchid resembles a white frog flying in the air or sometimes it’s kind of interesting to look like a ghost flying in the air. Why concerning to the appearance of flower? It has three white petals and three sepals as well having strengthening network of roots.
This plant can yield only one flower at a time but in profoundly rare cases they can also produce more than ten flowers, can grow to a size of 4-5 inches and lasts nearly 10-14 days.