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By Ramsha Nayab

Feb 28,2023

Most Expensive Flowers In The World


It has delicate, ruffled, wide petals and can be seen in a range of hues from blue violet, lavender, white, and pale purple. The flower is expensive because it survives only for a couple of weeks after it is cut from the stem.

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Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley has a sweet scent but is also poisonous. It has a dainty and delicate appearance. This flower usually grows in late spring and lives only for a few weeks. Harvesters need to pick these flowers with great care to lengthen their lifespan.

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The Hydrangea is mostly white in color, but can also be seen in violet, light purple, pink, and blue colors. These flowers wilt easily, therefore it is advisable to buy them as close to the event as possible.

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The Gloriosa is native to Asia and South Africa. It is expensive as it is a rare and unique flower. The Gloriosa has showy petals with changing colors from center to tip. You can find these flowers in yellow-green, yellow, orange, and deep red colors.

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Tulip Bulb

The simple and common tulip enjoyed a bubble in 17th century Holland, when it was sold for astronomical prices. The Dutch loved its deep lush colors which were stronger than other flowers. Their price zoomed up to ($5,700) and the tulip has remained a sought after status symbol since then.

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Saffron Crocus

Saffron is a popular spice that is used for coloring and high seasoning in many cuisines. The flower has purple color with a yellow stamen. But preparing spice from this flower is very difficult as about 80,000 flowers are used to extract just 500 grams of spice.

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Juliet Rose

Creator David Austin took 15 years to grow this lovely flower. He showcased it to the world at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2006. The rose is worth £3 million or about $15.8 million.

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