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Middle mist red is the most rarest flower in the world, only two examples are left in the world. You can only see middlemist red flower in New Zealand garden and green house garden of United Kingdom.

Middle mist red is the most rarest flower in the world, only two examples are left in the world. You can only see middlemist red flower in New Zealand garden and green house garden of United Kingdom.

You never know what color combinations you will get with plumerias, they always seem to surprise you in the growing season. Here is the plumeria "Aussie Orange" which has a fruity/floral scent this time.

Chocolate Cosmos  Cosmos atrosanguineus This is a dark red to brown species of Cosmos, native to Mexico. Sadly it has been extinct in the wild for over a hundred years. The species survives today as a single non fertile clone, which was created in 1902 by vegetative propagation.

Chocolate Cosmos Cosmos atrosanguineus This is a dark red to brown species of Cosmos, native to Mexico. Sadly it has been extinct in the wild for over a hundred years. The species survives today as a single non fertile clone, which was created in 1902 by vegetative propagation.

This is a symbol. This flower is a symbol of God because it hows how well God created our earth and how he wanted it in his image.This flower symbolizes to make peace and not fight and lie and be rude.

This is a symbol. This flower is a symbol of God because it hows how well God created our earth and how he wanted it in his image.This flower symbolizes to make peace and not fight and lie and be rude.

Rosa Floribunda (Anthony Meilland o.r.)

Rosa Floribunda (Anthony Meilland o.r.)

Franklinia alatamaha Franklinia is a monotypic genus in the tea plant family, Theaceae. The sole species in this genus is a flowering tree, Franklinia alatamaha, commonly called the Franklin tree, and native to the Altamaha River valley in Georgia in the southeastern United States.

Franklinia alatamaha Franklinia is a monotypic genus in the tea plant family, Theaceae. The sole species in this genus is a flowering tree, Franklinia alatamaha, commonly called the Franklin tree, and native to the Altamaha River valley in Georgia in the southeastern United States.

Tumblr -     Franklinia alatamaha blossom, Haverford College, Haverford, PA, August 21, 2012    This beautiful small tree was first recorded in 1765 growing along the Altamaha River in Georgia by Philadelphia botanists John and William Bartram, who named it for their friend Benjamin Franklin. They collected seed during a later journey, from which all existing Franklin trees are descended. It was last seen in the wild in 1803.

Tumblr - Franklinia alatamaha blossom, Haverford College, Haverford, PA, August 21, 2012 This beautiful small tree was first recorded in 1765 growing along the Altamaha River in Georgia by Philadelphia botanists John and William Bartram, who named it for their friend Benjamin Franklin. They collected seed during a later journey, from which all existing Franklin trees are descended. It was last seen in the wild in 1803.

Middlemist Camellia - rarest flowering plant in the world. Only 2 known examples (New Zealand & Britain)

Middlemist Camellia - rarest flowering plant in the world. Only 2 known examples (New Zealand & Britain)

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