Known as the ‘monster flower’, it can have a diameter of over 3 feet and emits a strong odor resembling rotting flesh.
Also called the or ‘corpse flower’ or ‘titan arum’, it can reach heights of up to 10 feet and emits a foul smell during bloom.
Known as the “Queen of the Andes,” it can reach heights of up to 30 feet and produces a tall flower spike with numerous individual blooms.
The long, curved flowers of this plant can measure up to 3 inches and resemble a parrot’s beak.
Sunflowers can produce blooms with diameters ranging from a few inches to over 2 feet, depending on the variety.
Its large, white flowers can measure up to a foot in diameter and bloom only at night.
Native to the Philippines, its unique turquoise-blue flowers can grow up to 3 feet in length.
Resembling a starfish, its reddish-brown flowers can reach up to 14 inches in diameter.
Its fragrant white flowers can measure up to 12 inches in diameter and are often used in ornamental landscaping.