When I saw the monkey orchid in the Singapore orchid gardens I was completely amazed, because believe me, it really did look like a monkey. I was so inspired after seeing it that I thought I'd do some research on rare and exotic flowers. If you are a nature enthusiast, you will really enjoy this collection of flowers that includes orchids, tulips, etc. Let's take a look! 1. Monkey Face Orchid (Dracula saulii)
The saulii orchid has been discovered in Peru by Saúl Ruiz. It is snow white on the inside and pinkish-brown on the outside. Its petals and its central part are similar to the face of a monkey. It grows mainly in cold climates.