Top 10 Rarest Orchids in the World

Urban’s Paphiopedilum: is yet another rare orchid on this list that has nearly gone extinct in the wild because people can’t get enough of this beautiful orchid.

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Liem’s Paphiopedilum: is very close to extinction in the wild, this rare orchid is often available for sale at various online stores or for trading.

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Fairrie’s Paphiopedilum: the rare orchids on the this list the beauty of the Fairrie’s Paphiopedilum is the major cause of its critically endangered status.

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Vietnamese Paphiopedilum: The Vietnamese Paphiopedilum may already be extinct in the wild, but is still widely grown by orchid collectors around the world.

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Zeuxine rolfiana: The Zeuxine rolfiana was only rediscover in the wild 2010 after only being known from records from over 121 years ago.

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Sérapias à Pétales Étroits: which is native to Algeria and Tunisia, is a critically endangered orchid that has a very small population.

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Sang’s Paphiopedilum: is a rare orchid native only to the mountainous forests of northern Sulawesi, Indonesia. It is estimated that Sang’s Paphiopedilum.

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Rothschild’s Slipper Orchid: The Rothschild’s Slipper Orchid, also called Gold of Kinabalu Orchid, is one the most highly sought after rare orchids in the world.

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Hawaiian Bog Orchid: is the rarest orchid species native to Hawaii. During the last count in 2011, there were only 33 Hawaiian Bog Orchids found.

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Western Underground Orchid: is extremely rare and one of the most unique flowers in the world. Like its name suggests, the Western Underground Orchid spends.

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