12 Of The Most Rarest Flowers in The World

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1. Jade Vine

Strongylodon macrobotrys, commonly known as jade vine, emerald vine or turquoise jade vine,is a species of leguminous perennial woody vine, a native of the tropical forests of the Philippines, with stems that can reach up to 18 m in length.Its local name is "tayabak".[citation needed] A member of the Fabaceae (the pea and bean family), it is closely related to beans such as kidney bean and runner bean.Strongylodon macrobotrys is pollinated by birds and bats.

2. Kadupul Flower 

Epiphyllum oxypetalum (Dutchman's pipe or queen of the night) is a species of cactus and one of the most cultivated species in the genus. Though it is sometimes referred to as a nightblooming cereus, it is not closely related to any of the species in the tribe Cereeae, such as Selenicereus, that are more commonly known as nightblooming cereus. All Cereus bloom at night and are terrestrial plants; all Epiphyllum are epiphytic.

3. Ghost Orchid 

Dendrophylax lindenii, the ghost orchid (a common name also used for Epipogium aphyllum) is a perennial epiphyte from the orchid family (Orchidaceae). It is native to Florida, Cuba and the Bahamas.Other common names include palm polly and white frog orchid.

4. Chocolate Cosmos 

Cosmos atrosanguineus (Chocolate Cosmos) is a species of Cosmos, native to Mexico, where it is extinct in the wild. The species was introduced into cultivation in 1902, where it survives as a single clone reproduced by vegetative propagation.

5. Gibraltar Campion 

Silene tomentosa, the Gibraltar campion, is a very rare flowering plant of the genus Silene and the family Caryophyllaceae. It is a woody-based perennial about 40cm high, with bilobed flowers ranging from pink to pale violet and is endemic to Gibraltar.

6. Parrot’s Beak 

Clianthus, commonly known as kakabeak (Kōwhai ngutukākā in Māori), is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family Fabaceae, comprising two species of shrubs native to New Zealand. They have striking clusters of red flowers which resemble the beak of the kākā, a New Zealand parrot. The plants are also known as parrot's beak, parrot's bill and lobster claw - all references to the distinctive flowers. There is also a variety with white to creamy coloured flowers.

7. Yellow and Purple Lady Slippers 

Calceolaria (/ˌkælsiː.ɵˈlɛəriə/), also called lady's purse, slipper flower and pocketbook flower,or slipperwort, is a genus of plants in the Calceolariaceae family, sometimes classified in Scrophulariaceae by some authors. This genus consists of about 388 species of shrubs, lianas and herbs, and the geographical range extends from Patagonia to central Mexico, with its distribution centre in Andean region.Calceolaria species have usually yellow or orange flowers, which can have red or purple spots.

8. Corpse Flower 

Amorphophallus titanum (from Ancient Greek amorphos, "without form, misshapen" + phallos, "phallus", and titan, "giant"), known as the titan arum, is a flowering plant with the largest unbranched inflorescence in the world. The titan arum's inflorescence is not as large as that of the talipot palm, Corypha umbraculifera, but the inflorescence of the talipot palm is branched rather than unbranched.Amorphophallus titanum is native solely to western Sumatra, where it grows in openings in rainforests on limestone hills.The plant is cultivated by botanic gardens and private collectors around the world.

9. Middlemist Red 

The Middlemist's Red camellia has been flowering for more than two centuries within a couple of miles of its first home outside China. There are believed to be only two left in the world – the one lighting up the Duke of Devonshire's conservatory at Chiswick, west London, and another in Waitangi, New Zealand.

10. Youtan Poluo 

The flower, Youtan Poluo, is said to bloom every 3,000 years and is directly linked to Buddhism. However, researchers have put in doubt that this is actually the case.  The myth goes like this: Every 3,000 years, the blooming of the Youtan Poluo marks the arrival of a future king, or a reincarnation of the Buddha.

11. Rafflesia Arnoldii 

Rafflesia arnoldii is a member of the genus Rafflesia. It is noted for producing the largest individual flower on earth. It has a very strong and horrible odor of decaying flesh, earning it the nickname "corpse flower". It is endemic to the rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra.Although there are some plants with larger flowering organs like the titan arum (Amorphophallus titanum) and talipot palm (Corypha umbraculifera), those are technically clusters of many flowers.

12. Kokia Cookei 

Kokia cookei is a small, deciduous tree commonly known as the kokiʻo, Molokaʻi treecotton, Cooke's kokiʻo, or Molokaʻi kokiʻo. It is considered one of the rarest and most endangered plant species in the world. Even when first found in the 1860s, only three trees could be located.It was presumed extinct in the 1950s when the last surviving seedling perished. However, in 1970, a single plant was discovered on the same Kauluwai estate where the "last" individual grew, presumably a surviving relict of one of the plants previously cultivated there. Although this tree was destroyed in a fire in 1978, a branch that was removed earlier was grafted onto the related, and also endangered, Kokia kauaiensis. Currently there exist about 23 grafted plants.

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