Giant Flowers -Giant Roses

Flowers are the most loved creation of God in this world. They bring colors to our lives and they have the widest language available for humans to express there feeling. Here is some information about the giant flowers existing in different parts of the world.

Rafflesia:

Rafflesia is the world’s largest and fleshiest flower. This is a parasitic plant and is native to particular areas of South-east Asia like; Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo. It was discovered for the first time in year 1816. Rafflesia is generally found to be floor bound as it does not have roots, stems or leaves. It takes about ninth month for Rafflesia to turn into mature bud which is about cabbage sized. The largest recorded bloom of Rafflesia was 3 feet in diameter and was 1.9 centimeters thick while it weighed around 7 kilograms.

Giant Orchid:

This plant appears to be like grass or sugarcane and this plant is also native to Southeast Asia and is found in Sumatra, Java and Borneo. These flowers are strangely very long lasting like about 1 to 2 months and are around 12 centimeters wide in yellow color with brown or red spots. Each stem of plant is 2 to 3 meters high and holds around 60 to 100 flowers per spike and that too of two different types.

Giant Allium:

This is a large round flower grown on a long stalk. This flower is in purple color and is also used s cut flower because it has a long vase life that is about 10 to 14 days but it needs to be treated properly for its ethylene sensitivity.

Giant Hibiscus/ Moy Grande:

This is the plant that bears the largest flower among any hardy perennials. This plant is amongst the most easily grown ones and the flowers are of 12 inches in size. This largest Hibiscus of world was actually created by cross breading Hibiscus moscheutos hybrid with Hibiscus Grandifloras.

These are the 4 of the largest grown flowers in world with these there are other too like Giant Calico Flower, Giant Corpse Flower, Nettle leaved Giant Hyssop, Giant Hummingbird’s Mint and Giant Shirley etc.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *