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This flower, rafflesia amoldi , is the largest flower in the world. The corpse flower, which appears larger, is actually made up of many smaller flowers. The rafflesia amoldi plant's blooms can be over three tall. The plant exudes a pungent smell and has no leaves, stems or roots. The large center can hold six to seven quarts of water.

This flower, rafflesia amoldi , is the largest flower in the world. The corpse flower, which appears larger, is actually made up of many smaller flowers. The rafflesia amoldi plant's blooms can be over three tall. The plant exudes a pungent smell and has no leaves, stems or roots. The large center can hold six to seven quarts of water.

21 Rare Flowers That Simply DO NOT Look Like Flowers At All. My Jaw Nearly Hit The Floor!

21 Rare Flowers That Simply DO NOT Look Like Flowers At All. My Jaw Nearly Hit The Floor!

Had to share this picture, I don't remember the scientic name but the common name is " Hooker Lips" it attracks butterflies and humming birds cool plant.

Had to share this picture, I don't remember the scientic name but the common name is " Hooker Lips" it attracks butterflies and humming birds cool plant.

The flower Aristolochia salvador platensis seems a bit like Darth Vader from Star Wars!

The flower Aristolochia salvador platensis seems a bit like Darth Vader from Star Wars!

rare monkeys | This is a rare Monkey Orchid. They are found in Peru and Ecuador. Cool ...

rare monkeys | This is a rare Monkey Orchid. They are found in Peru and Ecuador. Cool ...

The Queen of Sheba - Thelymitra speciosa - This flamboyant beauty is native to Western Australia. It grows in open, sandy clays in exposed plains within the Wheatbelt. It’s reliant upon Tulasnella fungi for germination. Orchids of this genus often mimic other nectar-providing plants in order to be pollinated, typically by bees.

The Queen of Sheba - Thelymitra speciosa - This flamboyant beauty is native to Western Australia. It grows in open, sandy clays in exposed plains within the Wheatbelt. It’s reliant upon Tulasnella fungi for germination. Orchids of this genus often mimic other nectar-providing plants in order to be pollinated, typically by bees.

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Black Orchid Photo: This Photo was uploaded by jaxtapoze. Find other Black Orchid pictures and photos or upload your own with Photobucket free image and...

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