Kadupul Flower (Epiphyllum oxypetalum):Known as the "Queen of the Night," the Kadupul Flower blooms only at night and wilts before dawn.

Ghost Orchid (Dendrophylax lindenii): Hiding amidst the Florida Everglades, the Ghost Orchid is elusive and mysterious.

Corpse Flower(Amorphophallus titanum): As fascinating as its name suggests, the Corpse Flower emits a foul odor when in bloom, resembling the scent of a decaying animal. 

Middlemist's Red (Middlemist camellia): With only two known specimens in existence, the Middlemist's Red is a true floral rarity. Originally from China, it now graces gardens in the United Kingdom and New Zealand.

Rafflesia Arnoldii: This giant flower, with a bloom that can span over three feet in diameter, is found in the rainforests of Southeast Asia.  

Juliet Rose (Rosa 'Juliet'): Crafted through careful breeding, the Juliet Rose blends the beauty of an old English rose with modern charm.  

Yellow and Purple Lady Slippers (Cypripedium calceolus and Cypripedium reginae): These exquisite orchids are native to North America and are known for their slipper-shaped blossoms. Habitat loss has rendered them increasingly rare and sought after by enthusiasts.

Chocolate Cosmos (Cosmos atrosanguineus): With a captivating chocolate scent, the Chocolate Cosmos enchants both the eyes and the nose. Native to Mexico, it's now extinct in the wild but can still be found in gardens.

Parrot's Beak (Lotus berthelotii): This flower is a brilliant display of vibrant hues, resembling a parrot's beak in flight. It is a native of the Canary Islands and has come to represent their distinctive vegetation.

Jade Vine (Strongylodon macrobotrys): Native to the Philippines, the Jade Vine displays cascades of turquoise flowers that resemble precious gemstones.

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