Flowers are known as one of most natural and also common beauties of earth. Here we will discuss top ten most expensive flowers in the world. They are also one of most preferred gifts for the loved ones. Flowers have also been part of all different kind of occasion’s bouquets during the Valentine’s Day and the Mother’s Day, decorations during wedding, or simple daily hobby of the gardening. Flowers fill the lives in most stunning ways.
10. Lisianthus ($10 – $35 per bundle)
Top ten most expensive flowers in the world include Lisianthus. The Eustoma grandiflorum are more commonly known as the Lisianthus, it is a flower that blooms somewhat annually and is around 5 cm in the diameter. The Lisianthus can also grow from the 15 to the 60 cm in the height. With the wide, the ruffled, the delicate oval petals, Lisianthus comes in variety of colors from the pale purple, the white, the lavender, and even the blue violet.
9. Lily of the Valley ($15 – $50 per bundle)
Top ten most expensive flowers in the world include Lily of the Valley.The sweetly somewhat scented but also the poisonous Lily of Valley Convallaria majalis is popular for the delicate, the dainty appearance as well as bell-shaped blooms. This flower is known in the old Christianity as the Lady’s Tears usually bloom in the late spring early March after the mild winters in Northern Hemisphere.
8. Hydrangea ($6.5 per stem)
Top ten most expensive flowers in the world include Hydrangea. The Hydrangea is also known for the unique circular cluster of the little flowers per the stem. Shrubs somewhat grow 1 or 3 meters tall from the early spring to the late autumn. It comes mostly white blooms but are noted for being blue, somewhat pink, some light purple or even violet.
7. Gloriosa ($6 – $10 per flower)
Top ten most expensive flowers in the world include Gloriosa. Native only in the South Africa and the Asia, Gloriosa is also highly expensive for being somewhat rare as well as just being unique. With the tendrils that support bloom’s weight as well as the leaves that are long as around 3 meters, Gloriosa is also known for the showy flowers with the pronounced, the flexed petals and the changing color from tip to the center.
6. 17th Century Tulip Bulbs (10,000 guilders around$5,700 during the 17th century)
Despite simplicity and the commonality of tulip, in 17th century, price for the bloom is bubbled. The single layer of the flower was enamored by Dutch for the shape and many more importantly, its lush and also deep colors. In fact the color was stronger than that of some flower at that time. It was very rare.
5. Saffron Crocus ($1200 to $1500 per pound)
Saffron flower is known to be somewhat more famous for being spice than bloom, but it is still commonly sold as flower. The Saffron is also purple in color but yellow colored stamen is what makes this more unique.
4. Gold of Kinabalu Orchid ($6000 per piece)
The Gold of the Kinabalu Orchid sells at extremely high price due to rarity and also beauty. Boasting the beautiful, somewhat long and also green petals with the red spots, this gem is also found only in Kinabalu National Park located in Malaysia.
3. Shenzhen Nongke Orchid (1.68 million Yuan or $200,000 approx.)
The Shenzhen Nongke Orchid is known as a flower that was completely made by hands of man and also got its name from group that conducted experiment. It took researchers around eight years to grow and also observe the flower.
2. Juliet Rose (£3 million or $15.8 million approx)
Making debut in the year 2006 at Chelsea Flower Show, Juliet Rose took world by storm by the elegance and the beauty. It took 15 long years to create the beautiful flower.
1. Kadupul Flower (Priceless)
The reason why Kadupul Flower does not have price that is not only because it is very rare, but it is flower which cannot be picked without causing some damage to it. In addition it just dies before the dawn. The flower is a cactus of the sort.