PORCELAIN ORCHID (Chloraea magellanica): Torres del Paine National Park features seven documented orchid species, with the Porcelain Orchid among the most often seen. Measuring around a afoot in height, the flower’s crackled green and white pattern earned it the nickname “Mosaic Orchid.” But it’s the bright yellow “tongue” that truly catches the eye, standing out against the greens that dominate the fields of Patagonia.
The Notro, an indigenous plant of the south of Chile
Berberis - beautiful berries. Then there's the spiky factor, again.