Flowers are one of most beautiful things on the planet. Older than Humans, flowers have thousands of different varieties in Nature. Most common neighborhood flowers are beautiful and aesthetically pleasing to the Eye. However, there are many flowers found in nature that are sure to shock you. We have the collection of Weirdest flowers on Earth. So, sit back and start the Indulgence.
1. Monkey Face Orchid (Dracula Simia)
Dracula Simia, commonly known as Monkey face Orchid is a member of Dracula Genus found in the mountains of Ecuador, Peru and Colombia. It derives its name from Dracula (little dragon in latin) and Simia (monkey or Ape in Latin). If you look at the flower, it will resemble the grinning face of a monkey.
Dick Culbert (Source)
2.Naked Man Orchid (Orchis italica)
Orchis italica, commonly known as Naked Man Orchid is an orchid species grown commonly in the Mediterranean regions.
3.Bleeding Heart(Lamprocapnos spectabilis)
Lamprocapnos spectabilis, also known as the bleeding heart is grown in Siberia and parts of Asia. Grown in different shades of pink, the flower resembles a heart with a droplet of blood dripping when it gracefully hangs down from the stem.
4. Tiger face in Moon Orchid (Phalaenopsis amabilis)
This flower found mostly in Indonesia resembles the face of a Tiger.
5. Hooker’s Lips (Psychotria elata)
Psychotria elata is known by many nicknames like red lips, hot lips and the most popular hooker’s lips. These gorgeous pair of red, luscious lips are native to the tropical regions of Panama, Costa rica and Colombia.
6. Bee Orchid (Ophrys apifera)
This flower resembles the smiling face of a bee. It is grown widely across North africa,Middle east and central and southern Europe.
7. Snap Dragon Seed Pod (Antirrhinum majus)
The Antirrhinum found in rokcy areas of Europe and North America. The name snapdragon is derived from the fact that when it is sqeezed, the flower opens and closes it mouth resembling that of a Dragon. But the intresting aspect of this flower is the shape of its dried seed pods. The dried seed pods looks like a minaiture skull complete with hollow eye sockets!
8. Devils Hand (Chiranthodendron pentadactylon)
Chiranthodendron pentadactylon, the claw like flower is native to Guatemala and southern Mexico. Resembling the hands of a devil, this flower in its distinctive bright red color can easily spook anyone.
9. Parrot Flower (Impatiens psittacina)
This rare flower is native to Indonesia and is on the endangered list. When looked at sideways, this resembles a parrot in flight.
10. Lobster Claw (Heliconia rostrata)
Heliconia rostrata, commonly known as Lobstes’s claw or False bird of paradise is grown in parts of Peru, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, Ecuador and Colombia.
11. Swaddled Babies (Anguloa uniflora)
This 18 to 24-inch flower commonly known as Swaddled babies resembles a baby wrapped in a swaddling cloth.
12. Flame lily (Gloriosa superba)
Gloriosa superba is a flower known worldwide as an ornamental plant which is also known for its medicinal properties. It is grown in most parts of Africa and Asia and known by many names including Flame lily, kalihari, fire lily, tiger claw and jia lan.
13. Corpse lily (Amorphophallus titanum)
This is one of the rarest flwoers made famous by the movie Dennis the Menace. This monster can grow upto 12 feet tall and weigh more than 25 pounds. But the worst part is the obnoxious smell that resembles a rotting corpse
- 21 Weirdest and funniest Bathroom signs
- 13 Most Terrifying and Amazing places to look down from
- What People Eat for breakfast around the World?
- These weirdest coincidences will change the way you look at life
- 16 Amazing Ultrasound Photos