You pay for perfume when it comes to flowers, and the English-scented rose has a strong scent.
Whether as a bridal flower or just because it's attractive and fragrant, it's popular.
The lengthy stamens and reflexed red-orange tepals of the gloriosa lily are magnificent, but their high price is probably attributable to its rarity and labor-intensive harvesting.
They are frequently used in many contexts, especially weddings.
One of the most expensive flowers ever made, it made its debut at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2006 and completely changed the floral industry.
Because it only lasts a few weeks after being removed from the stalk, the bloom is expensive. Their name is "paper blossoms."
Popular spice saffron is used as a seasoning and colouring agent in a variety of dishes. The purple bloom has golden stamens.
Tulips are cheap all around the world. Rich Dutch flower enthusiasts went crazy over them in the 17th century, driving up their prices in Holland.
The star-shaped, waxy stephanotis flower, which is indigenous to Madagascar, is a member of the jasmine family. Because brides choose to wear it in their hair, it is expensive.