Rare, Exotic & Amazing Plant Species
By Bhuvaneshwari M
The Earth is home to quite 298000 species of plants. The diverse group balances nature and life on Earth.
Baobab: The Bottle Tree
Baobab is the common name of a genus containing eight species of trees, native to Madagascar, mainland Africa, and Australia. Also referred to as the Bottle Tree, not only do they appear like bottles, but the trees typically store around 300 liters of water! Hence there is no wonder why they often live for over 500 years!
Hydnellum Peckii may be a special sort of fungi that produce blood or juice like fluid on its surface. This plant is additionally referred to as ‘bleeding tooth fungus’. It is the Scarlet pigment that causes blood like the color on the fluid of this plant. This plant is mainly found in and across North America and Europe. The plant is edible, but the blood-like fluid is extremely bitter in taste.
Dionaea muscipula: the Venus Fly Trap
The Venus Fly Trap is that the most famous of all carnivorous plants thanks to the active and efficient nature of its unique traps. It may be famous, but it’s also threatened. Trigger the ultra-sensitive fine hairs detect the presence of everything from ants to arachnids on two hinged leaves and snap! The trap will enclose but a second.
The corpse flower is usually referred to as ‘titan arum’. It is the most important branched main stem concern angiosperm within the world. The corpse flower is endemic to Sumatra. The plant also produces the smell of decomposing animals.
Euphorbia Obesa: The Baseball Plant
Euphorbia Obesa also referred to as the Baseball Plant, is endemic to the good Karoo region of South Africa. Implausible garner by plant collectors who value Euphorbia Obesa for its interesting and curious appearance has severely impacted wild populations. Consequently, national and international legislation has been enacted to protect the remaining populations. While Euphorbia Obesa remains endangered in its native habitat, it’s become quite common in cultivation. By growing large numbers of these strange plants, nurseries and botanical gardens are working to make sure that specimens being traded and sold among plant collectors aren’t obtained from the wild.