At the first look, these 15 pictures will not look like plants. They look like animals, parts of human body and some ghostly creatures. They are creepy, grotesque and vomit inducers. But truth be told, they are REAL plants and they exist. Some of them exist in your vicinity too. Watch out for you may stumble upon any one of them.
1. Bleeding Tooth Fungus
We understand if feel like scratching yourself after seeing this queasy looking plant
2. Doll’s Eye
If you happen to spot this plant anywhere, we warn you to run in the opposite direction. That apart from it looking eerie and ghostly, it is also poisonous and can be fatal on the cardiac muscles, eventually leading to death.
3. Octopus Stinkhorn
A fungus that bears stark semblance to an octopus, a bloody octopus!
4. Porcupine Tomato
Do whatever the hell you want to but just do not get your ass on this one. It is fatal even if consumed in small quantities.
This is the biggest flower ever known. Yes, it looks like some horrible skin condition.
6. Venus Fly Trap
To your surprise, this is a carnivorous plant that traps insects within 20 seconds from the time it lands on this plant.
7. Devil’s Claw
This looks sinister for sure. We guess, hence the name!
8. Chinese Fleeceflower
This is the root of Chinese Fleeceflower used by the Chinese as a herbal medicine for treating kidney disorders. Is it me or does this reminds anyone else of a voodoo doll?
9. Peter Popper Red Hot Peppers
This is a type of Capsicum. We do not know how good it tastes, but definitely has a weird anatomy!
10. Penis Cactus
Umm….Lets go to the next one!
What is it with plants and their c**ky names?! Huh!
12. Dracula Orchids
And we thought orchids were beautiful flowers!
13. Ghost Plant
Unlike most plants, this doesn’t contain chlorophyll, thus giving it the white ghostly appearance.
14. Sun dew plant
Again a carnivorous plant like the Venus fly trap that captures the prey on sticky droplets at the ends of its little hair.
15. Dead Man’s Fingers
Dead man’s fingers are a fungi found along the Atlantic coasts of North West Europe.