7 Bizarre Plants That Make You See Them Twice

Homiful.com -- Plants are wonderful living creatures. They provide refreshing benefits, although some contain harmful toxins. Moreover, some plants have a unique look. They even like things that resemble body parts or something that's so adorable. Check out these 'strange' plants in 7 bizarre plants that make look them twice.

1. The Kissing Lips Plant


This is a seductive plant. This plant has flower that resemble of puckered lips. The color is fiery red, like kissable lips. Psychotria elata is a plant that grows in the rainforest of Costa Rica and Panama. The red lips attract hummingbirds and butterflies to pollinate the mouth, which is the flower. 

2. Haworthia Truncata

At first glance, this plant will remind you of fresh sweet and sour jelly. Don't get it wrong! This plant is not edible. It is a succulent with the following ID: Haworthia Truncata variegated. This plant is low growing succulent, with plump turquoise green parts and an adorable coral center.

3. The Naked Man Orchid


It's called Orchis italica. This plant has bright purplish flower clusters. When viewed in detail, this orchid will resemble the figure of a small, naked man. The top of this orchid is also adorned with a lovely purple helmet of petals and sepals. 

4. The Bleeding Heart


The bleeding heart is a wildflower that grows in USDA zones 3 through 9. They prefer partial to full shade. This plant has flowers that resemble hearts and bleed a vibrant pink, as the name suggests. Pink flowers dangle gracefully from the branches.

5. The Swaddled Babies Plant


Anguloa uniflora looks like little babies wrapped in whitish pink blankets. This plant is also known as the tulip orchid. The flowers resemble swaddled babies before they fully open. 

6. Monkey Orchid


The scientific name for the monkey orchid is Dracula simia. The monkey orchid grows naturally in Colombia cloudy forests. This plant is notable for its flower that resemble monkey's faces. They also give off a strong, orange-like scent to the air.

7. Dead Man's Finger


It's not actually a plant; it's a fungus. However, they deserve attention for their bizarre shape. Xylaria polymorpha or the Dead Man Finger is a common forest-dwelling fungus that usually grows from the bottom of rotting or injured tree stumps. Be careful, as it looks, it's not edible!

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Author : Yeni
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