Top 10 smallest flowers in the world
Thymus vulgaris is a woody-based flowering plant of the Lamiaceae family, commonly known as Thyme, originates from Southern Europe and has a worldwide distribution.
Lobelia is an herbaceous plant that belongs to the Campanulaceae family, originated from central and eastern Europe and western Asia.
Kenilworth ivy is a flowering vine that belongs to the Plantaginaceae family, also called Cymbalaria muralis. They originated from Mediterranean Europe. It can reach up to five centimeters height.
Forget-me-not is a genome of herbaceous plants belonging to the Boraginaceae family, originate from temperate parts of Eurasia and North America. It can also reach up to 12 inches in height and width.
Baby’s breath is a group of annual and perennial herbaceous plants that belongs to the carnation family, the same as Caryophyllaceae.
Black swallow-wort species is an herbaceous perennial in the Apocynaceae family, native to Europe. They reach one-two meters in length. The star-shaped flowers have five petals with white hairs
Alfalfa is a flowering plant, also called Lucerne, which belongs to the legume family Fabaceae. It can grow up to three feet in height. The plant’s leaves are alternate and scattered along the stem.
Bladderwort is a carnivorous aquatic plant that belongs to the Lentibulariaceae family. It can grow up to the size from 2 mm to 10 cm wide. It can be find on all continents except Antarctica.
Water-meal is the world’s smallest flowering plant, also called Wolffia globosa. It is a duckweed plant from the Lemnaceae family. The plant itself averages one millimeter long.
Glass sponges are animals in the class Hexactinellida commonly found in the deep ocean, native to the East China Sea and the Southern Ocean.