Do you hear about the Flowers that Look Like Birds? If not, then we have some beautiful ones on our list that you’d surely love to grow!
If you love blooms that resemble the shape of objects then you’ll be astonished to know that there are Flowers that Look Like Birds! Don’t believe us? Have a look at them!
Check out some strange flowers that look like things here
Flowers that Look Like Birds
1. Bird of Paradise
Botanical Name: Strelitzia reginae
The bird of paradise offers long leathery leaves like a banana tree. Its beautiful flowers have blue petals and orange sepals on rigid stems that replicate the head of an exotic bird.
Have a look at the best bird of paradise varieties here
2. Bird Head Orchid
Botanical Name: Phalaenopsis spp.
Also called as the pink moth orchid, this exquisitely beautiful flower replicates a bird’s head. It is native to Greece, Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Southwest Balkans.
3. White Egret Flower
Botanical Name: Habenaria radiata
Also known as the Fringed orchid or sagiso, this bird-like species belongs to Korea, China, and Russia. The fringed petal resembles a white egret sprawling its fluffy white wings to take off.
4. The Dove Orchid
Botanical Name: Peristeria elata
Native to Central America to Ecuador and Venezuela, it features a ‘hidden beauty’ inside the petals that resemble a carved dove and looks truly pristine.
5. Flying Duck Orchid
Botanical Name: Caleana major
Also known as a large duck orchid, this pretty flower resembles a duck in flight. This bird-like flower is native to Eastern and Southern Australia.
6. Yulan Magnolias
Botanical Name: Magnolia denudata
Native to China, the soft pink, citrus-smelling blooms flower during spring. The flower imitates a bird with yellow beaks, black eyes, and petals that look like wings.
7. Parrot Flower
Botanical Name: Impatiens psittacina
This species belongs to Basalm Southeast Asia. The pink and white flowers mimics parrot in flight when looked from the side.
Have a look at the best types of Impatiens here
8. Green Birdflower
Botanical Name: Crotalaria cunninghamii
This green flower has an uncanny resemblance to the feeding hummingbirds! It is native to Australia and is also used in medicines.
9. Bat Flower
Botanical Name: Tacca chantrieri
The flower looks so much similar to a bat that it might be scary to some! The dark purple petals of its blooms mimic a bat in flight.