Monday, May 26, 2008

Parrot Flower

I received this is an e-mail today and thought it so unique. Take a look. It's called the parrot flower for obvious reasons. It's a rare species of impatiens which grows in Thailand, parts of India, and Myanmar. Due to its rarity, it is illegal to export the plant, and caught prosecutors can be jailed in Thailand. This plant is also very difficult to grow as it needs natural pollinators. Here's some more information about the plant. Thailand's Parrot Flower

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