1. Kadupul Flower
2. Yellow and Purple Lady Slippers
3. Ghost Orchid
4. Corpse Flower
5. Youtan Poluo
6. Middlemist Red
7. Chocolate Cosmos
8. Jade Vine
9. Juliet Rose – The Rarest Rose in the World
10. Fire Lily
11. Franklin Tree Flower
12. Rothschild’s Slipper Orchid
13. Parrot’s Beak
14. Koki’o Flower
15. Monkey Orchid
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Davin is a jack-of-all-trades but has professional training and experience in various home and garden subjects. He leans on other experts when needed and edits and fact-checks all articles.