There is no doubt that flowers are one of the most beautiful creatures of Mother nature. Each flower differs from another in terms of shape, size, design, scent, and various such parameters. However, today, we are listing down the most expensive flowers in the world that you might not have heard about.
Lisianthus blossoms yearly and the price is $35 a bunch but buying more than 5 bundles the price will go down to $32 for a single bundle. It originates natively in hot places of the Southern United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, and northern South America.
Lily of the Valley
The ninth most pricy flowers in the world at $143 a bunch and reaches up to $350 in bouquet style. This flower is inborn all-around the cool temperate of the Northern Hemisphere in Asia and Europe. It is pleasantly perfumed but extremely toxic.
Hydrangea grows largely in white blooms and it’s the 8th most pricy flowers of all. However some blooms in blue, pink, light purple or violet. The pure blue range rates from $2 to $4.50-$7 each stem. This flowering plant is a genus of 70-75 species native to southern and eastern Asia and the Americas.
Currently, Gloriosa will cost around $5-$10 for each vine. Gloriosa Lily is identified for its glitzy flowers with marked, curved petals and altering color from tip to center. Gloriosa Lily is one of the most pricy, unusual and distinctive flower. It is native only in South Africa and Asia.
This Tulip Bulb is prominent for its grade as having greater value than gold. One can buy a bundle for more than $9. Frequently they comprise 8, 16 and more bulbs in a bundle. Throughout the 17th century, the Tulip Mania was sold at $5700.
Buy Saffron Crocus at about $6 for 10 bulbs and a pound can cost $1500 even. The color is purple but its loaded yellow stamen creates more uniqueness. It’s one of the most pricy flowers in the world, renowned as a spice but still commonly sold as a flower.
Gold of Kinabalu Orchid
The cost of one stick of this rare, beautiful flower is $5000 in the black market. It is a huge sized clear-leafed type of orchid and also identified as Rothschild’s slipper orchid. The Gold Kinabalu Orchid establishes only in the Kinabalu National Park in Malaysia.