Top 10 Most Exotic Flowers in the world 1

5. Banksia

Banksia is native to mainly Australia and a few found in Papua New Guinea, West Papua, and Aru islands. Banksia easily recognised by their characteristic flower spikes and fruiting "cones" and heads. The flower heads are made up of hundreds to thousand of tiny individual flowers grouped together in pairs and colour of the flower heads usually ranges from yellow to red. Banksia trees can reach up to 30 metres tall. 

Unknown Banksia, PD
By Orderinchaos

4. Fuchsia

The majority of Fuchsia are native to tropical and subtropical regions of Central and South America, also New Zealand and Tahiti. Fuchsias are valued for their showy pendulous flowers, tubular to bell-shaped, in shades of red and purple to white. Fuchsias are popular garden shrubs, they can live for years with a minimum amount of care.

Twin fuschia, By Eoin Gardiner
By Dave Shafer
By Hellsgeriatric

3. Bromeliad

Bromeliad is native mainly to the tropical Americas. Bromeliads are able to live in a vast array of environmental conditions due to their many adaptations. They can be grown indoors in cooler climates and can also be used outdoors where temperatures stay above freezing. The most well known bromeliad is the pineapple.

By Jason Parker-Burlingham
By aneye4wonder
By Ernest McGray, Jr.

2. Passiflora

Also known as the passion flowers or passion vines, Passiflora has a pantropical distribution. The "Passion" in "passion flower" refers to the passion of Jesus in Christian theology.

Passiflora alata, By Dick Culbert
By Alex Popovkin
By gailhampshire

1. Orchid

Orchid is belong to Orchidaceae family, and the largest families of flowering plants, with more than 20,000 species. The richest population of orchid varieties in the world is found in the tropical region, mostly Asia, South America and Central America. Some of orchid species have extraordinary beauty both for coloration and appearance. This make orchid stand outs among other flowers and placed in the top of the list.

By Berit Watkin
By Jim, the Photographer
By g3
By Jim, the Photographer
By Michael Arrighi

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