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Paphiopedilum é um gênero da Lady orquídea de deslizador da subfamília Cypripedioideae da família Orchidaceae planta com flor. O gênero compreende cerca de 80 táxons aceitos incluindo vários híbridos naturais. O gênero é nativo do Indo-Malásia (Sul da China, Sudeste da Ásia e Ilhas do Pacífico) e da Índia.

Rafflesia arnoldii: this parasitic plant develops the world's largest bloom that can grow over three feet across. The flower is a fleshy color, with spots that make it look like a teenager's acne-ridden skin. It smells bad and has a hole in the center that holds six or seven quarts of water. The plant has no leaves, stems, or roots.

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hydnora-africana, smells like feces, this attracts beetles which are it's natural pollinators

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Six Of The World’s Strangest Plants

Rafflesia Arnoldii, largest flower in the world, parasitic plant can bloom over 3 ft tall, exudes a pungent smell, and has no leaves, stems or roots. The center can hold six to seven quarts of water.

Honeycomb-shaped flowers of a plant from Araceae (This is a cluster of hundreds of tiny flowers called a spadix and the hood is a spathe) Photo by Rhett A Butler

10 Great backyard plants and shrubs that you can use to design your boring desert yard into a beautiful, exciting and sustainable desert landscape. #gardeningtips #gardeningideas #dessertplants

Planta africana com formato sugestivo é considerada uma das mais esquisitas do mundo! | Jornal Ciência

what a strange plant.... Symplocarpus renifolius is a PERENNIAL growing to 0.5 m (1ft 8in). . It is in flower from Feb to April, and the seeds ripen from Aug to September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. Poisonous.

Wolffia angusta: es la flor más pequeña del mundo. Una docena de éstas plantas cabría fácilmente en la cabeza de un alfiler y dos plantas florecidas entrarían dentro de una pequeña e impresa letra “o”.

This is Faucaria tigrina or the Tiger's Jaw - a succulent plant found in South Africa. Yet caught at the right angle the plant does not resemble so much the jaw of a tiger as that of an altogether alien creature, featured in a number of movies starring Sigourney Weaver et al.