table of contents: [Hide] [Show]

There are various kinds of flowers in this world. Every flower has a different range of prices, from low to high. Flowers can be expensive, depends on their quality. But what are the most expensive flowers in the world? Here are the lists:

1. Kadupul Flower

Kadupul Flower
Kadupul Flower

 

This flower is very rare. It only lasts for a few hours and dies before dawn. It is also only blossoms at night and emanates a calming and lovely fragrance. The reason why the Kadupul Flower does not have a price tag is that the flower cannot be picked by anyone without causing damage to it. It is the flower that cannot be bought!

2. Juliet Rose

Juliet Rose
Juliet Rose

 

This flower is also one of the most expensive flowers. Why? Juliet Rose has been shown in 2006 at the Chelsea Flower Show. It’s making everyone mesmerized by its elegance and beauty. This flower also took 15 years long to be made by David Austin. It is known as the “£3 million rose”, which is equivalent to approximately $15.8 million. Wow!

3. Saffron Crocus

Saffron Crocus
Saffron Crocus

 

This flower has a purple color and rich with a yellow stamen that makes it more unique. Saffron Crocus is more famous for being a spice than a bloom, but it is still commonly sold as a flower. There is a huge demand for Saffron spice but it requires a long time and skill to cultivate it. Because it is used for high seasoning and coloring in cuisine. For the price, 10 bulbs of Saffron Crocus can cost as much as $6. And a pound can cost for $1500.

4. Hydrangea

hydrangea bouquet
Hydrangea

 

Hydrangea comes mostly in white blooms, but some come with blue, pink, light purple, or violet. This flower is known for its unique circular cluster of little flowers per stem. It grows from 1 to 3 meters tall, from early spring to late autumn. But this flower can easily droop and wilt, and should only be bought on the day of the event itself or the night before. But many people still used these flowers for many occasions, especially for a wedding. It also takes a lot of effort to harvest and cultivate. For the price itself, the pure blue variety will cost you from $2 to $4.50-$7 per stem. We also sell this flower on our Flower Delivery Singapore website.

5. Lily of The Valley

Lily of The Valley
Lily of The Valley

 

This flower is known in old Christianity as Our Lady’s Tears. They usually bloom in late spring (early March). They have sweetly scented but highly poisonous and they are popular for its delicate, dainty appearance as well as its bell-shaped blooms. They grow for about 15-30 cm tall, surrounded by two long leaves while the flower itself reaches from 5 to 10 mm in diameter. For the price itself, per bunch of it can cost around $143 but in a bouquet, it can go up to $350.

 

Share: