The Tennessee Coneflower, Cherry Pie Plant, Black Outhouse Hollyhock, Cherry Eleagnus, and the Nutmeg Flower are some species of flowers that are difficult to come across in the United States.
This is the Tennessee Coneflower and it’s considered an endangered species by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Commission. It’s about 1 to 2 feet tall and the pink-purple petals turn upward when sun rays hit.
Many of north america’s rarest plants are not only rare in numbers but they are very difficult to locate due to the ecosystem they inhabit. Examples are:
Nodding Ladies Tresses, Lady’s Slipper Orchids and other terrestrial orchids.
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