The Top 8 Smallest Flowers on Earth

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By Nandini Sharma

Thymus vulgaris : Thymus vulgaris, often known as thyme, is a woody-based flowering plant of the Lamiaceae family that originated in Southern Europe and is now found all over the world

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Lobelia : The Campanulaceae family includes the herbaceous plant lobelia, which is native to western and central Asia and central and eastern Europe.

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Kenilworth ivy : The Plantaginaceae family includes the blooming vine kenilworth ivy, commonly known as Cymbalaria muralis.

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Forget-Me-Not : The Boraginaceae family of herbaceous plants, which include the forget-me-not, are native to temperate regions of Eurasia and North America.

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Baby’s breath : A group of annual and perennial herbaceous plants known as baby's breath, also known as Caryophyllaceae, is a member of the carnation family.

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Black swallow-wort : Species of the Apocynaceae family's herbaceous perennial black swallow-wort are indigenous to Europe.

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Black medick : The trifoliate, low-growing annual, biennial, or short-lived plant has three pinnate leaves. The height of mature plants ranges from six to thirty-one inches.

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Alfalfa : Bees, who utilize alfalfa as a source of food and shelter, are the main pollinators of this plant because of the abundance of nectar it produces in its blooms.

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