13 Beautiful and Interesting Facts About Flowers

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Facts About Flowers

Prove us wrong when we say that flowers are nature’s most beautiful gift after trees. You can’t, we know. Flowers bring joy and fragrance to the environment. For people who love flowers, it is like an addiction to them, just like it is for people who love beaches and mountains. Well! Here we have curated some of the amazing facts about flowers for you. So sit in your green space and feel all the facts mentioned below. 

Facts About Flowers

Here are the facts about flowers that you might have never heard of. 

  1. We will start the series of facts about flowers with the world’s smallest watermeal flower, measuring just 0.1mm across. 
  2. The world’s largest flower is the Rafflesia Arnoldii, which can grow up to 3 feet across. 
  3. Ancient civilizations burned aster leaves to ward off evil spirits.
  4. Tulip bulbs can be a good replacement for onions in a recipe. Tell your moms this and they will experiment with it right after this. 
  5. Chrysanthemums are associated with funerals in Malta and are considered unlucky.
  6. Saffron, a very expensive spice, comes from a type of crocus flower. Tell us did you know about this?
  7. The most expensive flower is the Juliet rose, which sells for $15,800 per stem. 
  1. The titan arum is the largest flower in the world, producing flowers 10 feet high and 3 feet wide. 
  2. The flowers smell of decaying flesh when they are about to die. Corpse flowers is another name for this. 
  3. Roses are related to fruits like almonds, apples, raspberries, cherries, peaches, plums, nectarines, and pears. 
  4. Rose hips, a berry fruit present in some roses, are used in making jellies or teas because of Vitamin C enrichment. 
  5. Tulip bulbs were used as a food source during times of hunger and food shortage. While not delicious, they helped people survive. During World War II, tulip bulbs were eaten despite their awful taste. 
  6. Broccoli is a flower that is harvested before the flower buds fully open and eaten as a vegetable.

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What is the rarest flower?

The rarest flower in the world is Middlemist Red Camellia or Camellia japonica ‘Middlemost’s Red.’ It is of a rare red-pink color.

Why are flowers called flowers?

The word flowers comes from the Latin name of the Italian goddess of flowers, Flora.

Which is the prettiest flower?

All the flowers are actually pretty. However, if the prettiest flower is to be named then these are tulip, orchid, lily, lotus, carnation, iris, and bird of paradise.

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These are all the facts about flowers. Hope you had a good time learning about these interesting facts. If you want to know more about topics like this, then visit our general knowledge page! Alternatively, you can also read our blog on general knowledge for competition

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