Calceolaria uniflora - Darwin's Slipper Flower

What is this cool flower?!

Anyone else think this looks like a giraffe face? Ok, maybe it's just me... Calceolaria Uniflora

Unusual Flower

Flowers You Wont Believe Actually Exist

amazing black Orchids Anguloa uniflora. Via Isabelle Sirls

World's first night-flowering orchid discovered in Papua New Guinea - Australian Geographic

Lilium Regale Trumpets

The Rare Rose With 3 Spirals.... Beautiful

"'Grevillea' is a genus of plants primarily native to Australia, with a few outliers in New Caledonia, Papua New Guniea, and Indonesia." However, many Pacific Northwest gardeners are discovering that "a significant number of hardier species are native to the frosty mountains of Southeast Australia, and many of these may be grown in the Northwest." This flower has many plusses: "very fast growing; low maintenance; thrives happily in poor soil, tolerating drought and reflected heat common to u...

From outer space - I mean Chile - comes the amazing, rare Bromeliad, the Blue Puya. With its massive, 7 foot flower cluster, this is one of most outrageous plants anywhere. The turquoise-blue color is very rare in the plant world, and it's even rarer to be combined with orange.

Wine Cup - Geissorhiza radians

Paphiopedilum Orchids are native to China, India and SouthEast Asia. A collectors favorite and often refered to as 'slipper orchids'. Fairly easy to grow and popular with hybridizers.

Turquoise Ixia - The Turquoise Ixia comes from the Cape region of South Africa. This plant is endangered in its homeland of South Africa. Adult bulbs are rarely seen for sale.

Monkey Cup by Sam Lim

Huernia Oculata This unusual flowering plant belongs to the family of Apocynaceae. The plant produces small succulent stems. The stems can be used to propagate the plant. The plant is fairly easy to grow in well drained soil and dry climate.

Flowers...Flowers...Flowers... Primula

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