Here is a look at some of the most uncommon flowers in the world from about 400,000 different species of flowers on the planet.

Titan Arum or Corpse Flower
The corpse flower, which is thought to be one of the biggest and rarest blooms, is found in Indonesian rainforests and has a natural height of up to 12 feet (3.6 meters). It gets its nickname “corpse flower” because when it blooms, the smell is reminiscent of rotting meat.

Flame Lily
Flame Lilies are stunning and distinctive flowers that are native to Asia, tropical, and southern Africa. They are also considered as Zimbabwe’s national flower. Flame lilies should be handled carefully since some of their parts contain toxicity.

Stinky Corpse Lily
Indonesian gardens also include this bloom. It can expand up to 3 feet, or one meter, in diameter, making it reputedly the biggest in the world. When in bloom, it emits a scent that is almost identical to that of Amorphophallus titanum. It doesn’t appear to have a stem, roots, or leaves.

Orchid of the Lady Slippers
The Wildlife and Countryside Act of 1981 in the United Kingdom protects this orchid species, which has a lady’s slipper-like form. In addition to other places, it can be found in Asia, and various European countries, including Spain.

Jade Vine
This stunning claw-shaped flower is only found in the Philippines’ rainforests, but due to the alarming rate at which its environment is being destroyed, it faces extinction in the wild. The blossoms come in a range of hues, from blue to light green.

Ghost Orchid
The ghost orchid, so named due to the design of its petals, can be found in parts of Florida, the Bahamas, and Cuba. Because it is practically impossible to reproduce, the plant is rare. It doesn’t have leaves, it doesn’t rely on photosynthesis, and it doesn’t produce its own sustenance.