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In the world of flowers, beauty is a common thing. But as with most things in life, that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Seed pods look like a scalp, The chrysanthemum is similar to the spiders, Orchid with the presence of monkey vampires. Fascinating… Isn’t it?
Enjoy these weird flowers.
Naked Man Orchid (Orchis Italica)
Is this an alien? Is this a sea anemone? No, this is the naked man’s orchid! This little man (or people) who is also known as hanging man orchids, is native to the Mediterranean areas and with his dotted eyes small tweaks are similar to nude men, and you know about them.
Naked man orchids come in all sizes and usually range from a light purple color to deep pure-pink color. Naked Man Orchid has been classified as a threat situation, perhaps because of its popularity as an antidiuretic, antiflatulent, and aphrodisiac.
Another crazy fact about these fun flowers: They are used in making drinks, also called Turkish Delight.
Monkey Face Orchid (Dracula Simia)
Let’s face it (punished intention), this little man did not envision a lot for the name, “Dracula” was similar to that of two long, pointy petals and “SIMI” primates. There are simian parallels in the eyes, torn dotted eyebrows, and the small nose and bearded area, which becomes even more apparent when viewed from a distance.
Monkeyface orchid is rare inequality, so if you have never seen it before, do not worry. It is found only in the cloud forests of Peru and southeastern Ecuador at an altitude of more than 3,000 feet. It has the ability to bloom all year round and its flowers smell like a ripe orange, making it a prized for any orchid connoisseur garden.
Hooker’s Lips (Psychotria Elata)
Hooker Lips, Hot Lips, Flower Lips – Call them what you want to. There is no conjecture on how the plant got its name. Bright red bits that are similar to the bright red lips of a hookah. They are actually a petal, not petals. Cracks like the leaves are in their magnetic state for only a few days, so that the yellow and white flowers are discovered.
Hooker’s Lips plant is native to the tropical areas of Colombia, Costa Rica, and Panama. but due to its popularity with the collectors and deforestation of its natural habitat, it has landed in the endangered list. Hope we will not have to kiss this little beauty bye soon!
Dancing Girls (Impatiens Bequaertii)
These little beauties are one of the rarest flowers, and the hardest plants prove to be difficult to find even for the collector. According to their name to dance in women’s clothing, these small flowers are native to East Africa and come in white and light pink color. This plant is very small in itself, which grows up to about one foot and it blossoms which increases to the maximum pet “.
Dancing girls trail and climb, so they attach beautiful hanging planters, where you can enjoy their wonderful flowers at the eyes level. Dancing girls will feed the roots wherever they touch the soil and if you can find one, they make excellent indoor plants.
These little beauties are one of the rarest flowers, and the hardest plants prove to be difficult to find even for the collector.
Subterranean Plant (Hydnora Africana)
No, you are not seeing things, that a plant is not a monster! This South African suburban plant is actually one of the most bizarre plants on earth. Despite its crazy form, it is actually semi-common in the dry areas of South Africa.
Hydrona Africana also called jackal food by the locals, has no visible leaves, roots, or chlorophyll. It is strictly parasitic, underground plant, whose flower takes about a year to get out of the ground.
Despite its monstrous form and disgusting smell, Hydrona Africana produces delicious berries that are delicious just when it is ripe on an open fire. The fruit also has astringent properties and is used as a remedy for fish protection, tanning, and acne treatment in a face wash.
SnapDragon Seed Pod (Antirrhinum majus)
If you have no doubt whether a flower is a living being or not, then here is the proof! Many gardeners and gardeners are fond of snapdragon for their bright colors and fragrances. Not to tell, whether snapdragon squeezes the edges of the flower, it looks like the opening of the dragon’s mouth and closure. But so many gardeners do not know about Dragon Skulls.
Once the snapdragon goes into the seed then it is left! Interestingly enough! In ancient times people believed that Snapdragon had mysterious powers and that by increasing them in a garden, anyone’s home could be saved from curse and evil. These small, very small skulls remind you of the cycle of life, will not you?
Parrot Flower (Impatiens psittacina)
If you have never seen a parrot flower before, then you are not alone. The Thai native parrot flower has been classified as endangered and therefore it is not allowed to leave the country.
The cool thing about the flower of this rare species of Bellasam is that, when you look at its side profile, it looks like a parrot or cactus in flight!
The funny thing is, when the images of this flower started broadcasting on the entire internet, they were dismissed as “digital manipulation” or photoshop Because very few people actually saw one. It is rare and it is illegal to remove them.
Flying Duck Orchid (Caleana major)
This fountain orchid is just cute! A native resident of Australia, the unique shape of this orchid helps in increasing its pollination. Sophia is attracted to “bills” by their scent and land, where their weight forces them under and under the flower, temporarily curls the “bill” down and inside.
The only way from there is through a section filled with pollen. The flower where the sawdust is found and then comes out of it.
You think it would be easy to find such a unique looking flower, though it is a reddish-brown color which makes it the perfect mix in the Australian bush. Want to add flying duck orchids to your home’s greenhouse? Sorry! This flower grows only in Australia, in the wild, and has never been promoted. Why do you ask? Because to grow! It depends on a certain type of fungal symbiotic form, which only grows in Australia. Although it’s a great excuse to go on holiday!
Voodoo Lily (Dracunculus vulgaris)
Originally from Europe and the Balkans, Voodoo Lily is actually a wicked-looking plant. The part which gets the most attention is its dark purple “flower”. This “flower” is not a real flower, but it is a spat, like Kaila Lilly. Purple color lasts for only three to four days and black colored seed is discovered and after that, it falls.
Despite its tropical presence, Voodoo Lily is quite difficult and can survive in most of the climate. The most interesting fact about this foreskin plant? It can be very bad, some people have compared it to the smell of a dead opossum.
Swaddled Babies (Anguloa Uniflora)
Lovely! These tulips, orchids, Swaldld Babies, during the ten years of the campaign were discovered in the Colombian Andes between 1777-1788 but were not classified as official until 1798. During some time during the flowering of the plant, different flower shapes are seen.
All of a child wrapped in white swaddling. His breathtaking fragrance insects are shipped in the column lifeless organisms which attract the thin lips of petals, which attach themselves to a packet then abortion of pollen, increasing pollination.
So, which of these flowers you find weird? Do let us know in the comment box below!
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