Five of The Strangest Flowers in the World

Five of The Strangest Flowers in the World

A blooming bouquet of flowers can bring a smile to anyone’s face. In the world of flowers, everything is beautiful and with an amazing smell. But there are flowers which are so strange looking that they resemble unusual things like monkeys, bats, etc. Here is a list of five strangest flowers in the world.

Monkey Faced Orchid

This weird looking flower has two dark little eyes, fuzzy dotted eyebrows, and a very weird looking furry nose. This monkey faced orchid is a very rare flower and is only found in the cloud forests of Peru and Ecuador. They are only found at an altitude of more than 3.000 feet. Smelling like ripe oranges these flowers can bloom all year around.

White Bat Plant

This is considered to be one of the largest and very unusual flowers in the world. These strange black colored flowers come in a bunch of twenty to forty and they resemble a face of the bat. This Bat plant can grow somewhere between 60 to 90 centimeter tall and they come in two colors, white and black.

Dancing Ladies

These flowers are named for their resemblance to dancing ladies. Found in East Africa these flowers come in the shade of pink and white. These are one of the rarest flowers found in the world. They will root anywhere they touch the soil and they can be very good as indoor plants as well.

Bee Orchid

This plant is named after its uncanny resemblance to a bumblebee. This flower is found in the areas near Europe, Middle East and also North Africa. It is becoming rare because of the difficult propagation process.

Swaddled Babies

These tulip orchids were discovered somewhere between 1777-1778 but these were not classified until 1798. During a particular blooming period of the flower, it resembles a baby wrapped in white swaddling. These flowers smell incredible as well.

Jessica Blair

Jessica Blair is the lead editor of Weird News Ledger. Before joining Weird News Ledger, Jessica worked as a national political reporter for Postmedia News. She has covered many political events on and off since 2006, writing for Sun Media, and producing for CTV and for CBC.

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