There are so many different types of flowers from around the world. This list offers some of the most popular that have their own spectacular features.

163 Beautiful Types of Flowers + A to Z With Pictures

There are so many different types of flowers from around the world. This list offers some of the most popular that have their own spectacular features.

163 Beautiful Types of Flowers + A to Z With Pictures

Black Orchid Flower Botanists from California put an end to this quest by growing the black flower that has been recognized as the only plant that can be called the black orchid.

OMG a black orchid! Or near-black.    I have a weakness for black plants. I must have one of these! It is Cymbidium Kiwi Midnight.

Kiwi Midnight 'Geyserland' Orchid - orchids are my fav and these are unique

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Mysterious and Elegant Black Flowers , Black orchids are a symbol of power and absolute authority. Exotic and intriguing flower that is becoming a rarity because their natural environment is continuously destructing.

There are about 100 species in this more popularly grown genus.  Vigorous growers that are less sensitive to cultural mistakes, Catasetums are the most easily grown members of the Catasetinae. ...

There are about 100 species in this more popularly grown genus. Vigorous growers that are less sensitive to cultural mistakes, Catasetums are the most easily grown members of the Catasetinae.

Another sig scent for me: Tom Ford 'Black Orchid' Eau de Parfum

Black Orchid Eau de Parfum

Tom Ford Black Orchid Fragrance - This is the downright sexiest fragrance in our collection. With notes of patchouli, chocolate, and (of course!) orchid, it's best worn with a very revealing gown and a serious dose of confidence.

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Black Orchids - Cymbidium Kiwi Midnight 'Geyserland' I love love love "black" flowers

Black Triple Phalaenopsis Moth Orchid in Glass Bowl

Artificial Black Orchid in Glass Bowl

Some flowers epitomise innocence and purity. Like our black triple phalaenopsis. Every seductive inch a femme fatale,

Dracula roezlii (raven) "Edgar" Orchid, grown by Hawk Hill Nursery, photo © by Eric Hunt

This Orchid is unofficially named 'The Dracula Raven Orchid'. It is a cross between a 'Dracula roezlii' and 'Dracula vampira' both found in Andes. Its clonal name is 'Lenore.' - Quoth the raven I WANT A GARDEN OF THEM!

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