The Ramonda Serbica is a plant that is found primarily in Serbia. Although it may exist in a very small amount of places just outside of Serbia, the plant is named after the country that it lives in. The plant is also known as the Serbian Phoenix Flower, because it seems to live in the most unfavourable conditions. Whenever the plant is on the verge of death and absolutely dry, with a few drops of water the flower can spring back to life in a matter of moments.
The plant was discovered in 1928 by a Russian scientist. The interesting thing about this discovery is that it was completely by accident! He was spending some time near the plant, and believed it was already dead. He accidentally spilled his water onto the plant, and the discovery of the Ramonda Serbica was made.