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29 Rare Flowers With Names and Pictures

29 Rare Flowers With Names and Pictures

Nature truly has some incredible flowers, some being so rare that they bloom once per year, decade, or every few thousand years. Some flowers resemble ordinary things we can quickly recognize, making them highly sought after.

With over 6,000 known endangered plant species worldwide, some have become well-known for their rarity and beauty.

In some cases, they’re native to an exotic location or need a particular environment to thrive. Others are actually manufactured flowers, making them worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Deforestation has unfortunately played a considerable role in limiting certain species of unique, stunning, and now rare flowers. Flowers may be rare because their natural habitat is disappearing, making it harder for them to thrive in the wild. Some flowers have specific growth requirements, such as pollination needs or their environment being destroyed.

Some of the flowers on this list may only bloom once in a while, meaning that you are unlikely to see them. Lastly, you may see flowers on this list that you’ve never heard of simply because they’re lesser-known and haven’t become popular mainstream.

Whatever the case may be, these rare flowers all have some exciting and unique qualities. Let’s get into this list of some of the rarest flowers in the world and see what makes them so rare.

Black Bat Flower

Close up of a dark purple flower with two large wing shaped petals and long spider like stamen growing from the center.
A native to South Asia and Australia, the Black Bat Flower thrives in these humid climates.
Scientific Name: Tacca chantrieri
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Geographic Origin: Southeast Asia, Australia
  • Plant Size: 36 inches tall, 12 inches wide
  • Sun Exposure: Partial sun to dappled shade
  • Plant Zone: 9b to 11

The Black Bat Flower is one of the most unique and exotic-looking perennials. It looks similar to a bat with its wing-shaped bracts, and the seed pods resemble a bat’s face. The black bat flower has become scarce in the wild because of its specific environmental conditions. It requires lots of humidity and regular watering, so growing this as an indoor plant is challenging.

Its cousin, the White Bat flower, is also a rare flower that can be challenging to find, as well.

Chocolate Cosmos

Close up of two dark red flowers. Each flower has eight rounded petals with deep striped veining and spiky pink stamen.
These flowers are known for their chocolatey fragrance and velvety petals.
Scientific Name: Cosmos atrosanguineus
  • Plant Type: Annual, perennial above Zone 7
  • Geographic Origin: Mexico
  • Plant Size: 30 in. tall
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Plant Zone: 7-11

This stunning flower has a chocolatey fragrance, hence its name. Though they were believed to be extinct for decades, Chocolate Cosmos were spotted in Mexico in the early 21st century.

Still, these highly sought-after flowers are hard to come by. Chocolate Cosmos are stunning perennial flowers that bear velvety, maroon petals with dark brown centers. 

Corpse Flower

Very large tropical purple flower with large ruffled petals and a large round bulbous, purple center.
These exotic flowers only bloom once every nine years.
Scientific Name: Titan arum
  • Plant Type: No annual cycle; blooms once every 9+ years
  • Geographic Origin: Indonesia
  • Plant Size: Up to 15 Feet
  • Sun Exposure: Partial sun
  • Plant Zone: 10

The Corpse Flower is a rare, exotic plant with flowers blooming just once every nine years at minimum, and sometimes, there are decades between blooms. Not only is the Corpse flower one of the rarest in the world, but it is also known to be one of the largest flowers in the world.

It contains no roots, leaves, or stems and has just one petal. When in bloom, it emits a foul odor that’s compared to rotten meat to attract its prey, insects.

Cube-Shaped Pseudolithos

Close up of a solid, square shaped, light green, textured plant.
The Cube-Shaped Pseudolithos take time to grow and will only get to be around five inches.
Scientific Name: Pseudolithos cubiformis
  • Plant Type: Cactus, succulent
  • Geographic Origin: Somalia
  • Plant Size: 5 inches tall
  • Sun Exposure: Partial sun
  • Plant Zone: 10

The aptly-named Cube-Shaped Pseudolithos is a succulent that grows into a nearly perfect cube. This succulent grows from a single stem with flowers that bloom in red, yellow, or green.

It takes quite a bit of time for it to grow, and it can be hard to come by. If you plan to purchase a Cube-Shaped Pseudolithos, be prepared to spend more than $100.

Dancing Girls Orchid

Bright yellow flowers that has petals resembling little yellow dresses.
These flowers are highly sought after and are one of the rarest species in the world.
Scientific Name: Impatiens bequaertii
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Geographic Origin: East Africa
  • Plant Size: Height: 0 ft. to 2.5 ft. Width: 0 ft. to 2 ft.
  • Sun Exposure: Partial to full shade
  • Plant Zone: 8-11

Because of its adorably unique appearance, the Dancing Girls Orchid is considered to be one of the most sought-after, rare flower species worldwide. Each plant only grows to be about a foot tall, and its flowers are less than an inch.

If you are able to get your hands on this flower, its colors will be either light pink or white with petals that look like a tiny dancing girl.

Devil’s Hands Tree

Close up of two large red flowers with thick, cup shaped petals at the base with tall, long pointed stamen growing up from the center.
Also known as Monkey’s Hand tree, these rare plants will grow to be 30-90 feet tall.
Scientific Name: Chiranthodendron
  • Plant Type: Tender perennial
  • Geographic Origin: Guatemala and Southern Mexico
  • Plant Size: 34–90 ft tall
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Plant Zone: 9b-11

Sometimes referred to as Monkey’s Hand Tree, the Devil’s Hand Tree is a highly-desired, rare plant that blooms flowers resembling a red clawed hand.

Native to Guatemala, its seeds are rarely available and, when they are, need to germinate quickly. Because of this, the delivery of this plant may take a few months, but many find it to be well worth the wait.

Dutchman’s Pipe Cactus

Close up of two large white, ruffled flowers. Each flower has a row of long skinny petals behind the front ruffled petals.
Dutchman’s Pipe Cactus only bloom at night and will reach around 10 feet tall.
Scientific Name: Epiphyllum oxypetalum
  • Plant Type: Cactus
  • Geographic Origin: South America
  • Plant Size: 10 feet tall
  • Sun Exposure: Partial sun
  • Plant Zone: 10-11

Dutchman’s Pipe Cactus, or Kadupul Cactus, bears large, stunning, bright white flowers. However, you’ll have a hard time seeing these beauties in nature as they only bloom at night.

Growing primarily in the wild near decaying matter, this beautiful rare flower requires specific growth conditions. A Dutchman’s Pipe Cactus is a pricey investment, especially since these flowers have a short lifespan.

Fire Lily

Two large bright red and orange, trumpet-shaped flowers that blend together to resemble flames.
These exotic flowers are extremely fatal to humans and animals.
Scientific Name: Gloriosa
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Geographic Origin: Africa and Asia
  • Plant Size: Six to eight feet height, one to three feet width
  • Sun Exposure: Partial shade
  • Plant Zone: 8-12

Fire lilies are considered endangered due to over harvesting. These breathtaking red perennial flowers have trumpet-shaped blooms with red, orange, and yellow shades that blend together to resemble flames. In most countries, Fire Lily plants are considered to be invasive because of their ability to spread.

Additionally, all parts of this plant can be fatal to animals and humans, and even touching the flower can cause skin irritation.

Franklin Tea Flower

Close up of a white flower with feathery petals and a spiky yellow stamen in the center.
The Franklin Tree bears these white flowers and will reach aroud 10-20 feet tall.
Scientific Name: Franklinia
  • Plant Type: Flowering Tree
  • Geographic Origin: Extinct in the wild, was Southeast Georgia
  • Plant Size: 10-20 feet tall, 6-15 feet wide
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
  • Plant Zone: 5 to 8

The Franklin Tree is a unique flowering tree that bears white, cup-shaped flowers with a honeysuckle-like scent. Though the Franklin Tea Flower grows in some states, it is considered to be rare because it’s no longer in the wild.

The remaining Franklin Trees exist from the propagation of the last seeds that were saved from the 1800s. Unfortunately, the last sighting of the Franklin Tree in the wild was in 1803 by John Lyon. It’s unknown what caused its extinction in the wild.

Giant Padma

Giant dark red, tropical flower with five large spotted, textured petals, a large orange center with and a large dark hole in it.
Also referred to as “The Monster flower,” have a unique scent that is known to smell like decaying flesh.
Scientific Name: Rafflesia arnoldii
  • Plant Type: Parasitic flowering plant
  • Geographic Origin: Indonesia
  • Plant Size: 3 feet across the flower
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Plant Zone: 11a

Giant Padma, also known as “The Monster flower,” is the largest flower in the world. This massive five-petaled flower is deep red in color with cream-colored spots and can grow to be a whopping 3 feet across.

Though sometimes referred to as Corpse Flower due to its foul odor, it differs from the Corpse Flower (Titan Arum) at the beginning of our list. Although it also has a strong and unpleasant smell of decaying flesh, it can only be found in the rainforests of Sumatra and Borneo. Corpse Flower, on the other hand, is located in Indonesia.

Ghost Orchid

Close up of a white flower growing off the side of a tree. Two skinny vines holding a flower with long trailing, white petals.
The Ghost Orchid will attach to trees and is known to move around in the night, hence it’s name.
Scientific Name: Dendrophylax lindenii
  • Plant Type: Perennial epiphyte
  • Geographic Origin: Florida and Cuba
  • Plant Size: Up to 20 inches tall
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Plant Zone: 10a-11

Because of habitat destruction paired with its specific habitat needs, the Ghost Orchid is an endangered species that are protected in areas of South Florida. This stunning orchid is easy to spot with its unique, long, white petals. Ghost Orchids do not contain roots but instead attach to the host tree.

Despite its delicate and flowy appearance, the Ghost Orchid actually gets its name for its ability to change locations throughout the night. When it moves, it appears to float like a ghost.

Gibraltar Campion

Close up of a white flower with double lobed petals with long yellow stamen in the center of it.
These delicate flowers will thrive best in full to partial sun.
Scientific Name: Silene tomentosa
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Geographic Origin: United Kingdom
  • Plant Size: 16 inches
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun or partial shade
  • Plant Zone: 5-8

Gibraltar Campion is a full sun perennial flower that features unique two-lobed petals that range from pale pink to pale violet. You can only find these scarce flowers in Gibraltar, and they were once rumored to be extinct in the wild. However, the plant was rediscovered in the Gibraltar Nature Preserve (formerly the Upper rock Nature Preserve) in 1994.

Since its re-discovery, Gibraltar Campions have been artificially grown and protected under the Nature Protection Act of 1991.

Hooker’s Lips

Bright red flower with two large, waxy petals in the shape of lips, with a yellow center.
These flowers will attract several different pollinators which assists in its reproduction process.
Scientific Name: Psychotria elata
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Geographic Origin: Central and South America
  • Plant Size: 3-10 feet tall, occasionally up to 13 feet
  • Sun Exposure: Partial shade
  • Plant Zone: 10b to 11b

Hooker’s Lips are a unique flower that looks like luscious lips with bright red lipstick, giving this plant its distinctive name. Its irregular shape attracts pollinating animals and insects, helping it to reproduce. This flower has a pair of modified leaves that pout around its tiny flowers that become bluish-black berries.

Though it has been a common practice to gift Hooker’s Lips on Valentine’s day in Central America, this plant is in decline due to climate change and deforestation.


Tall skinny flower with a thick green stem and a green flower with one large, brown, striped hooded petal.
Jack-in-the-Pulpit will grow to be around 2 feet tall and thrive best in zones 4-9.
Scientific Name: Arisaema triphyllum
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Geographic Origin: North America
  • Plant Size: Up to about 2 feet tall
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade
  • Plant Zone: 4-9

In late summer, Jack-in-the-Pulpit bears bright red berries that provide a source of food for wildlife like rodents and birds. This distinctive plant is bright green with brown stripes that form a hooded flower.

Jack-in-the-Pulpit is facing threats from invasive species, like buckthorn and garlic mustard, which have been rapidly invading Canada’s woodland habitats.

Jade Vine

Skinny branch hanging from tree with clusters of bluish green, claw-shaped flowers turned upwards.
In the wild bats are drawn to these illuminating blooms, helping to propagate and repopulate them.
Scientific Name: Strongylodon macrobotrys
  • Plant Type: Perennial woody vine
  • Geographic Origin: Philippines
  • Plant Size: 30-50 feet long
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Plant Zone: 10-11

Jade Vines are native to tropical rainforests in the Philippines, where trees grow upwards towards the sun. The Jade Vine can be blue or light green and contains clusters of claw-shaped flowers.

With the destruction of Philippine rainforests, and a decrease in their pollinators, bats, this stunning plant is endangered. In the wild, bats are drawn into the Jade Plant’s luminescent glowing flowers at twilight.

Despite its difficulty with propagating and growing in captivity, the Jade Vine survives in cultivation in the Philippines and in other nurseries in tropical and sub-tropical areas worldwide.

Juliet Rose

Close up of a flower densely packed with layers of light peach colored petals surrounded by dark green leaves with spiky edges.
These man-made roses, will cost you an upwards of $120 for a single stem.
Scientific Name: Ausleap
  • Plant Type: Shrub
  • Geographic Origin: England
  • Plant Size: 4 feet tall
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Plant Zone: 5-10

The Juliet Rose is a man-made flower that took David Austin over a decade (and over $4 million) to cultivate. This stunning rose is available in apricot or peach, and each distinctive flower has an ombre effect.

Now, a single Juliet Rose will cost you at least $120. Though these elegant roses come with steep prices, they are popular among bridal bouquets.

Middlemist’s Red Camellia

Close up of a red flower on the edge of a branch with green pointed leaves. The flower has layers of small, round petals that slightly curve away form the center.
The Middlemist Red Camellia is native to China and is considered extinct in the wild.
Scientific Name: Middlemist camellia
  • Plant Type: Evergreen shrub
  • Geographic Origin: China
  • Plant Size: Up to 6-15 feet tall
  • Sun Exposure: Light to partial shade
  • Plant Zone: 6-9

The Middlemist Red Camellia is a rare flower with only two existing samples today. After it was brought to the United Kingdom from China, its existence in its native origin was wiped out. Although there is no explanation as to why it went extinct in the wild, many speculate that over-cultivation is the reason.

Not only is Middlemist’s Red Camellia extremely rare, but it’s a stunning flower that resembles a rose with a bright pink color rather than red.

Monkey Face Orchid

Close up of a light pinkish-brown flower with three round petals that gradually get longer and more pointed at the tips, with the center of the flower resembling the face of a monkey.
Monkey Face Orchids come in a variety of different colors to choose from, if you can find one.
Scientific Name: Dracula simia
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Geographic Origin: Ecuador and Peru
  • Plant Size: 2 feet tall
  • Sun Exposure: Full to partial shade
  • Plant Zone: 10-11

Monkey Face Orchids are unique flowers that have the appearance of a monkey in the center of its bloom. The flower’s color may be green, yellow, orange, white, blue, pink, red, black, or multiple colors. You can only find Monkey Face Orchid in the wild at elevations of over 1,000 meters on mountains in Ecuador and Peru.

Though the Monkey Face Orchid is highly sought-after because of its unique appearance, you can purchase this quirky flower from various sellers. Growing Dracula simia is challenging and requires specialized techniques and environment, so it is not recommended for beginner orchid growers.

Naked Man Orchid

Close up of a flower with clusters of small pink and white flowers that resemble tiny human figures with a large spotted hat.
These flowers are native to the Mediterranean Basin area and will grow to be around 20 inches tall.
Scientific Name: Orchis italica
  • Plant Type: Perennials
  • Geographic Origin: Mediterranean Basin
  • Plant Size: 20 inches tall
  • Sun Exposure: Partial shade
  • Plant Zone: 5-8

The Naked Man Orchid, sometimes referred to as Hanging Man Orchid or Italian Orchid, is an orchid species native to the Mediterranean Basin. Orchis italica gets its common name from its distinctive appearance; each flower has petal arrangements that resemble a small, naked man hanging on a rope with a petal crown reaching around its “head.”

Because of overharvesting, these distinctive flowers are rumored to be endangered. In Italy, some believe that consuming this plant may help virility.

Parrot’s Beak

Field of large bright orange flowers with spiky, thick petals.
Parrot’s Beak are native to Spain and will thrive in full sun.
Scientific Name: Lotus berthelotii
  • Plant Type: Trailing evergreen perennial
  • Geographic Origin: Spain
  • Plant Size: Up to 1 foot
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Plant Zone: 10-12

Lotus berthelotii, commonly known as Parrot’s Beak, Pelican Beak, or Coral gem, has gorgeous red and orange colored petals that look like the beak of a parrot, hence its names. Its stunning flowers are about one inch long and come to a visible beak-like point. Parrot’s beak typically grows to a maximum height of 8 inches, though sometimes reaches one foot, and can spread two or three feet.

Though this distinctive flower is popularly grown around the world, it rarely exists in the wild and is considered to be severely endangered.

Parrot Flower

Close up of a small pink and white flower in the shape of a small bird, hanging down from a thin green stem.
These uniquely shaped flowers are native to Thailand and are illegal to export.
Scientific Name: Impatiens psittacina
  • Plant Type: Tender Perennial
  • Geographic Origin: Southeast Asia
  • Plant Size: Up to 6 feet tall
  • Sun Exposure: Partial shade
  • Plant Zone: 11

The stunning Parrot Flower looks like colorful cockatoos flying together, and it’s so incredible that some believe the plant itself is a hoax. Parrot Flower has multi-colored reddish-purple and white petals with a small, green sepal that creates its “beak.” It is unknown what it relies on for pollination, though some speculate its pollinators are bats or long-tongued birds. However, there is no official record.

Unlike some of the other flowers on this list, you cannot purchase the seeds of this plant, and it’s illegal to export them from Thailand.


Shrub covered in bright, yellow, spiky round balls of long tiny petals.
This tree is native to the British Virgin Islands and enjoys somewhat dry, sunny climates.
Scientific Name: Vachellia anegadensis
  • Plant Type: Spiny Tree or Shrub
  • Geographic Origin: British Virgin Islands
  • Plant Size: 26 feet tall
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Plant Zone: 9a

This distinctive plant can only be found in the subtropical or tropical dry forests, shrubland, shores, and rural gardens within the British Virgin Islands. It has a distinctive, bright yellow and orange fluffy appearance with its stringy petals. It is incredibly spiny, giving it its unique common name.

The Pokemeboy is threatened by habitat loss and is thought to be in decline from feral animals overgrazing.

Queen of the Night

Close up of a large, white, star shaped, flower.
The Queen of the Night flower will only bloom for one night out of the entire year.
Scientific Name: Selenicereus grandiflorus
  • Plant Type: Cactus
  • Geographic Origin: Mexico and other parts of South America
  • Plant Size: 30 feet tall
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Plant Zone: 10-11

Not to be confused with Epiphyllum oxypetalum, which sometimes shares the same common name, Queen of the Night is another rare, white flower that blooms at night. However, true Queen of the Night only blooms for one night within an entire year before withering the following day.

Selenicereus grandiflorus was first introduced to Europe with historical records at Hampton Court Gardens that mention this incredible flower growing prior to the 1700s. The star-like flowers on this cactus emit a strong vanilla scent.

Red Indian Pipe

Close up of a light pink and white translucent flower that has a tubular shape.
The Red Indian Pipe stays hidden underground until it’s ready to bloom for one week each year.
Scientific Name: Monotropa uniflora
  • Plant Type: Herbaceous perennial
  • Geographic Origin: North America, Asia
  • Plant Size: Up to one foot tall
  • Sun Exposure: Partial to Full Shade
  • Plant Zone: 4a-8b

Red Indian Pipe, also known as Ghost Pipe, is a mysterious flower that only blooms for one week each year and hides underground for the remaining weeks. Because this plant contains no chlorophyll, it has a translucence appearance, which is why it is sometimes referred to as Ghost Pipe.

You can typically find this intriguing plant in a shady area where it arises from a mass of rootlets. Rather than gathering energy from the sun, it gets nutrients from a soil fungus.

Rothschild’s Slipper Orchid

Close up of a flower that has a round, light pink petal with thin green stripes on top, two long, pointed green petals with brown spots on each side and a long dark pink lobed petal on the bottom.
These rare flowers are found in very high altitudes and takes 15 years to bloom.
Scientific Name: Paphiopedilum rothschildianum
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Geographic Origin: Mount Kinabalu in Sabah, northern Borneo
  • Plant Size: Up to 30 inches tall
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade
  • Plant Zone: 10-11

The Rothschild’s Slipper Orchid is not only challenging to find due to its growth in high altitudes, but it takes 15 years to bloom. This rare beauty is even sold on the black market for thousands of dollars. It has long petals that may be red, black, or yellow striped with a slipper-shaped petal in the center.

You can view the Rothschild’s Slipper Orchid in a fenced-off location in the Kinabalu National Park during the flowering season.

Sea Daffodil

Two white flowers growing in the sand. Each flower has long pointy, white petals with shorter inner ruffled petals.
You will only find these flowers along sandy beaches and are often illegal to pick.
Scientific Name: Pancratium maritimum
  • Plant Type: Perennials
  • Geographic Origin: Mediterranean
  • Plant Size: Up to 20 inches tall
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Plant Zone: 7-10

You can find gorgeous, dark green-leaved, white flowering Sea Daffodils on coastal sand dunes on Mediterranean coasts. It doesn’t grow inland and can only be found in clusters on sandy beaches. In locations where the Sea Daffodil thrives in nature, picking it is illegal and punishable by law. Because of tourism, this stunning plant is facing extension.


Large, long, trumpet shaped, pink and white flowers hanging down from a tree branch.
These trees are native to Colombia and its blooms will only last about a week.
Scientific Name: Brugmansia vulcanicola
  • Plant Type: Perennial shrub or tree
  • Geographic Origin: Colombia
  • Plant Size: 13 feet
  • Sun Exposure: Partial sun
  • Plant Zone: 9

The Vulsa plant is considered to be the rarest Brugmansia variety. This beautiful plant is rarely for sale, it’s hard to get your hands on it. It is thought to be a naturally-occurring hybrid of B. sanguinea and Brugmansia vulcanicola. Its salmon-colored blooms appear throughout most of the year, but each flower only lasts for one week on the tree.

Yellow Lady Slippers Orchid

Cluster of bright yellow flowers with one large lobed center petal surrounded by long spindly petals.
These flowers are self propagating and will do well if left alone.
Scientific Name: Orchidaceae
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Geographic Origin: Europe and Asia
  • Plant Size: Up to two feet tall
  • Sun Exposure: Partial sun
  • Plant Zone: 2-6

Yellow Lady Slippers Orchid produces a large flower with a light to dark yellow (occasionally white) pouch-shaped labellum that occasionally has red spots on its inside. This plant has up to five stem leaves and thin hairs covering both its stem and leaves.

Once established, Yellow Lady Slippers Orchid will propagate on their own and live for many years if left undisturbed. However, a picked lady slipper will not rejuvenate itself and has a less than 5% transplant success rate. Because of this, it is either frowned upon or illegal to dig up a Yellow Lady Slippers Orchid.

Youtan Poluo

Close up of tiny white flowers on tiny spider web like stems growing off a tree branch.
Youtan Poluo is one of the rarest flowers in the world and is said to bloom only once every 300 years.
Scientific Name: Ficus racemosa
  • Plant Type: Parasitic flower
  • Geographic Origin: China
  • Plant Size: 1mm in diameter
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Plant Zone: Unknown

Youtan Poluo is a tiny parasitic flower that was actually found growing on an aroid palm leaf. Youtan poluo, often mistaken as lacewings eggs, is one of the rarest flowers in the world and is extremely challenging to spot. Even when the Youtan Poluo is at its largest size, it is only 1mm in diameter.

These delicate and fragile flowers depend on other leaves for food, giving them an incredible lifespan.

This nearly microscopic flower is believed to bloom once in 3000 years and is said to mark the coming of a royal king. 

Wrap Up

There are some incredible flowers to be found in nature. Some flowers on this list are endangered or even extinct in the wild. Other man-made flowers, such as the Juliet Rose, are rare because they aren’t found naturally in the wild. In some cases, like with the Jade Plant, there is a decrease in available pollinators.

With flowers that resemble animals, humans, or other identifiable objects, their rarity comes from the desire to own them. So, with a little patience and research to find a specialty grower, you can own one of these unique plants. One thing all of these flowers have in common, aside from their rarity, is their distinctive beauty that is unlike anything else.

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