Bromeliad;A bromeliad is a tropical plant in the pineapple family (the family Bromeliaceae). Some bromeliads are brightly-colored epiphytes, which live on the branches and trunks of rainforest trees. They have a remarkable way of getting water and food. Their long, curved leaves overlap at the base, forming a tight little bowl -- a perfect water tank! The leaves act as gutters to collect rain, and the tank holds the water.
From Wikipedia: Rafflesia arnoldii is a member of the genus Rafflesia. It is noted for producing the largest individual flower on earth, and a strong odor of decaying flesh - the latter point earning it the nickname of "corpse flower". It is an endemic plant that occurs only in the rainforests of Sumatra Island, Indonesia
2013 HOSTA OF THE YEAR - 'RAINFOREST SUNRISE'. It forms a small mound 10″ high and 25″ wide—very useful in smaller shade gardens and smaller spaces. Its cupped and corrugated bright gold leaves with a sharply contrasting dark green margin are 6″ long and 5″ wide and really stand out in the shade. Has lovely near white flowers in July.
Dendrobium coelogyne: A rainforest epiphyte found in New Guinea at elevations of 450 to 800 meters and is a hot to warm growing species that has an axillary, short, racemose few flowered inflorescence that arises from nodes near the apex of the cane, that carries 2 to 4 flowers. Flower Size less than 1 to 1 1/4"