While not quite a flower, Sea Kelp can be the tallest plant in the world. With a crazy growing rate of up to two feet a day, it can get to be up to 175 feet high.
Due to issues of photosynthesis and chemical conversion, few flowers are found in the ocean, as angiosperms rely heavily on atmospheric air which promotes flowering growth. As such, the only flowering plants native to the ocean are seagrasses, which are native to shallower oceanic shelves and thus do not achieve any staggering heights.
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