14+ Rare Most Beautiful Flower in the World

Growing common flowers offers beauty and a delightful fragrance to the surroundings, but adding the rarest flowers makes the garden attractive. Here I am highlighting the word “rare” because anything rare and beautiful is capable of drawing the attention and crowds towards themselves.

To add the rarest flowers in the garden, I did all the research and found the world’s rarest flowers with unique features, cultural significance, and the challenges in cultivation, which I have explained below. So, let’s start to read the article.

Rare most Beautiful Flower in the World:

Here is a list of the rare most beautiful flowers in the world in which some flowers are used to bloom only once every few decades. these are the flowers which are real because they have been bred over years for example the rarest rules in the world known as the Juliet Rose. So the following is the list of the rare most beautiful flowers in the world.

Chocolate Cosmos (Cosmos atrosanguineus):

These are perennial plants that are negative to Mexico which is given the name because of having rich, dark-burgundy, almost chocolate-colored flowers that have a delightful chocolate-vanilla scent. The flower does have a unique color and smell which attracts others toward themselves. 

14+ Rare Most Beautiful Flower in the World

Cayman Sage (Salvia caymanensis):

They are critical endangered perennial plants that are native to Grand Cayman. They were considered extinct over 4 decades before only until they were rediscovered in 2007. They are used to bloom with a play blue color which which has the look you need for large lips and does have white interior marking on it. Between the time of its rediscovery, there were about 300 plants that were founded solidifying the status of the flower as it belongs to a member of the sage family.

Sweet Juliet Rose (Rosa ‘Ausleap’):

They come under the most expensive flowers in the world. The flowers consist of an intricate pattern of peach-colored petals. The flower was created by the English botanist David Austin and became very popular because of its beauty and mystique. The creation of the flowers took at least 15 years and spent a lot of money to create the texture of the flowers. The approximate money spent on the recreation of the flowers was almost five million dollars!

Corpse Flower (Amorphophallus titanum):

There are the flowers which were also known as titan arum. They are considered an extraordinary plant that is native to the rainforest of Sumatra, Indonesia. They are classified under the largest 

inflorescences in the world which mean a group or cluster of flowers that are used to grow on a single branch. They are used to have pungent odors of rotting flesh, which are used to attract the insect for pollination. 


Middlemist’s Red (Middlemist camellia):

These are flowers that were imported to the UK in 1804 but are native to China. They come under the rarest flowers category as they can only to found in two locations such as a garden in New Zealand in London. They are used to bloom having beautiful red blossoms.

Rothschild’s Slipper Orchid (Paphiopedilum rothschildianum):

These are the flowers that you can find only in Kinabalu National Park in Borneo. The flower has beautiful striped petals. There are many people to whose shape resembles a tropical Bird.

Parrot’s Beak (Lotus berthelotii):

These are also the flowers that resemble a bird that originated from the Canary Islands.

The flower does have vibrant Orange flower which does seem like a parrot beak according to the name given to it. The plant does come under the category of extinction or getting extinct in the world so you need to be careful when cultivating them in a private collection or garden.

Black Bat Flower (Tacca chantrieri):

As per the name they are used to bloom with a black color flower that is native to Southeast Asia. The flower you can find in a bat shape. They are used to grow up to 28 inches in height. Some plants believe the flower to be used as an evil spirit. The root of the flower is also used for medicinal purposes. You cannot consume these flowers as they are toxic to be consumed.

Kadupul Flower (Epiphyllum oxypetalum):

It is also known as Queen of the Night which is a cactus flower. These are the flowers that are native to Central America and have a large size, fragrance, and are used to bloom in a white color that is used to open at night and wilt before dawn time. They are considered the most beautiful flower in the world because of their fleeting color and enhanced fragrance. The flower has become a natural flower in China and many other tropical locations but they are still rare to find in North America and Europe.

Ghost Orchid (Dendrophylax lindenii):

These flowers are rare and leafless and are used to grow in Florida, Cuba, and the Bahamas. They are used to blooming, having white color flowers which will be like floating in the air as the name suggests. 

Angel’s Trumpet (Brugmansia Vulcanicola):

These are the flowers that are toxic plants and now they are in a category of extinct in the wild. You can only find the plants in the botanical gardens. The blooming part of the trumpet angle does vary in this flower from yellow to pink and then red.

Cooke’s Kokio (Kokia Cookei):

These are the real plants that are native to the islands of Hawaii. They used to bloom with vibrant red and Orange color flowers. The plant is able to grow up to a height of approximately 10 feet.

Franklin Tree (Franklinia alatamaha):

The flower is native to the US southeast. The appearance of the flower is in dark color leaf and white flower having yellow color stamen which is being cultivated as an ornamental plant.

Gibraltar Campion (Silene tomentosa):

These are the flowers that are native to Gibraltar which are the low-growing herbs having leaves and used to bloom in a pink to pale yellow color flower. They were considered to be extinct in 1990 but due to the effort of a single spicy man there is an increase in their number but still, they come under a rare category.

Girlfriend Kiss (Palicourea elata):

It is also called hot lips which you can find in places like Central and South America. They are used to have red bracts that resemble lips. They used to bloom with the yellow color flower. 

Why Are Some Flowers So Rare?

There are many reasons behind the category of being rare the view of the reason I have mentioned below:

  • If the plant is not getting the ideal environment for growing it will start disappearing which is the most common cause.
  • The process of deforestation and the destruction of natural places is the main cause behind the extinction of plants as well as animals.
  • There are some plants, flowers, and animals that used to live in a very small space with special needs. For example, there are some flowers that depend upon some specific pollinator for more growth.
  • There are some flowers that are used to grow in a very specific condition which makes them rare to be found in all places.
  • There are some plants that bloom very rarely, for example, the Corpse flower. 
  • The lesser amount of cultivars is also the main cause of being rare full stop as the plants are used to get fame for some time then they start becoming rare. Which is basically the flower and the gardening marketing.
  • Reproduction also matters as there are many flowers that have very weak reproduction abilities. Which means that they do find it very difficult to survive in nature.

Final Word:

There are the rarest flowers in the world which are weird and wonderful. For example, the stinking corpse lily is used to grow in a tropical environment. There are flowers that were extinct before they began to be rediscovered for example Cayman sage or Gibraltar campion. There are some lucky partners who are able to grow the rare flower category in their home garden.

Becky Decker

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