Every time you mention flowers, your thoughts are beautiful, beautiful and beautiful, but it's for roses, tulips . but you know the flowers "call girls" , "naked" flowers, Laughing bee flowers, "happy aliens" flowers, "baby diapers" flowers . with their "splendid" shape that only glide over can make you laugh.
Hooker's Lips, (also known as Psychotria elata) are called Lips (their lips) because of their bright red color and shape that looks like a succulent lips. They are praised as the most kissable tree in the world. Flowers Lips call girls grow in rain forests of Central and South America. The vivid color of this flower makes people easy to recognize from a distance.
This flower of Mediterranean origin has a very "embarrassing" name as "Naked man orchid". If you look closely at the flower, you can see that its shape is similar to the naked body of a smiling person, complete with limbs, head and even eyes. This flower lives at a height of 1300m and can reach a length of more than 50cm. Orchid flowers bloom from March until April. They grow in large clusters and bring bright pink to purple.
This special orchid has the scientific name of Ophrys bombyliflora, which grows in Canary Islands, Turkey and Lebanon. The combination of red, green, yellow and brown is beautifully painted on the surface of the flower, making a difference, like a bee girl with a funny face smiling.
Swaddled Babies orchids can grow to 10 cm in size and have an enchanting fragrance. It originates from the Colombian Andes region in South America. The flowers had the upper part parted open and inside it looked like a diaper child.
These bright orange flowers make us think of happy aliens with green ears holding an empty white tray in their hands. This bizarre perennial plant is native to South America.The Happy alien flower also has another name "Darwin's slipping flower".
Flying duck orchids (or Celena major) is one of Australia's best flowers. They are named so because each flower is shaped like a flying duckling. This particular flowering plant grows only in South and Eastern Australia. The flying duck flakes have a color that mixes brown to purple. And amazingly, the flower seems to want to fly away from its stalk.
This astonishing monkey-faced orchid grows only at high terrain of forests in Peru, Colombia and Ecuador. The petals and lips of flowers look exactly like a monkey's face. Monkey face orchids also have an extremely sweet and ripe orange aroma. The scientific name of this flower is "Dracula simia" , named after botanist Luer in 1978.