5 Species of Flowers You Never Heard Of



Flowers are one of the most beautiful creations of God. They are beautiful, soft, genital and symbolize emotions in such a way that words hardly can. They have colours of joy and sorrow, betrayal, sadness, mourning, love and the beautiful colour of hope and fate.

We all have seen flowers such as rose, lily, sunflower, lotus and so many more beautiful and unique flowers. But there are a few flowers that are very hard to find and hardly any of us might have seen them. Some of these hidden beauties are :

Jade Vine - Jade vine, also known as Emerald creeper is a beautiful blue flower belonging to the Fabaceae family. Its scientific name is Strongylodon macrobotrys.

Flame Lily- It is a beautiful red flower also known as fire lily or glory lily. It belongs to the Colchicaceae family. Its scientific name is Gloriosa superba.

Corpse flower - Corpse flower as the name suggests is a flower that smells like a rotting corpse. It is a giant flower and is also known as Titan arum, its scientific name is Amorphophallus titanium.

Middlemist red - Middlemist red is a beautiful red flower which is also known as the rarest flower on earth. The scientific name of this flower is the Unspecified Camellia, and currently, there are only two known examples of this flower in the entire world.

Juliet Rose - Juliet Rose is a very pretty variety of rose and one of the most expensive ones too. It is said that the rose is as beautiful as Juliet from Romeo and Juliet and hence the name. Its scientific name is unknown.

In the end, I would like to say the symbolism of that flower a lot of things, but one of the most famous representations done by them is love.

Ruchita 

Amity International School, Mayur Vihar


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