Why settle for one color when you can have several?
Typically considered the symbol of fame and perfect love, the 109 known species of tulips are certainly a sight to behold–especially from above.
Nature’s Most Peculiar Plants: Rafflesia Arnoldii (Corpse Flower)
The Rafflesia arnoldii, found in Southeast Asia, is known by the name “corpse flower” due to the smell of rotting flesh which it gives off. The plant is rootless, leafless, parasitic, and has the largest known flower in the world – it can grow to be approximately 3 feet across. The bloom only lasts a few days before dying off, but its foul scent and large, mottled, red petals make it an unmistakable bloom.
It’s not a pattern for a shirt; it’s a field of fragrant tulip flowers in the Netherlands. Millions of them.