10 Most Expensive Plants from Around the World

Shenzhen Nongke Orchid: Sold for $200,000, this orchid is a result of eight years of meticulous cultivation.

Saffron: At $11 per gram, saffron is one of the priciest spices, requiring thousands of flowers to yield a small amount.

Juliet Rose: Developed by David Austin Roses, this rose variety fetched $5 million for its exclusivity and beauty.

Gold of Kinabalu Orchid: Indigenous to Malaysia, a single stem of this orchid can command prices up to $6,000.

Shirley Poppy: Known for its vibrant colors, a single seed of this poppy variety can cost up to $500.

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Tulip Bulbs: During the Dutch Golden Age, tulip bulbs were sold for astronomical prices, leading to the famous "Tulip Mania."

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Kadupul Flower: Reputed as the world's most expensive flower due to its rarity and ephemeral beauty.

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Lophophora williamsii: Also known as Peyote, this cactus species is highly valued for its psychoactive properties.

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Diamond and Gold Cycad: An extremely rare plant, a specimen of this cycad sold for over $200,000.

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Yamashita's Gold Orchid: Named after a Filipino general, this orchid species is prized for its uniqueness and can sell for thousands of dollars.

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