Sit back and treat your eyes to exotic flowers from the world over. They’re beautiful and they’re rare. Consider yourself lucky if you ever get to see them in person. You can send flowers to Italy, send flowers to Japan and send flowers to Australia.
This flower has a graphic structure that’s very uncommon amongst other daisies.
Bird of Paradise Flower
This flower is named Bird Of Paradise because of its resemblance to the Bird of Paradise.
Turbinicarpus Pseudopectinatus is far beautiful than its complicated and unaesthetic name.
Commonly known as Asian watermeal, the Wolffia Globosa is so small that it is almost impossible for the naked eye to tell if it has blossomed. It measures 0.1-0.2 mm in diameter and floats on water. It’s native to Asia and Australia.
This orchid, which has an obvious resemblance to monkeys, comes from the south-eastern Ecuadorian and Peruvian cloud forests. These forests are at an elevation of 1000 to 2000 meters hence not too many people have sighted this exotic species of orchids.
Bird’s Head Orchid
If you ever happen to spot any of these flowers, make sure you have a picture clicked. If you think we’ve missed out on exotic flowers, please feel free to mention them in the comment box below.