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Top 10 Scary Flowers That Will Make You Sleep No More …

1 Black Bat Flower

The black bat flower or “tacca chantieri” is a flowering plant under Dioscoreaceae. The plant grows up to 12 inches across with long whiskers that grow up to 28 inches. It is known for its bat shape. It is found in the Southeast Asia regions such as Southern China, Malaysia, and Thailand. It looks like a scary flower that insects are afraid to be close to it. If you are afraid of bats, don’t try to take a look at it.

Black Bat Flower
Black Bat Flower
Black Bat Flower
Black Bat Flower

2 Doll’sEye

Doll’s eye or “acted tachypnoea” is a flowering plant. It can grow up to 50cm or taller. Its leaves can grow up to 40cm lang and 30cm broad. What makes it scary are its fruits that look like an eyeball. The fruits are actually white berries. The plant can be found on upland soils and hardwood. Its fruits or eyeballs are poisonous to humans.

Doll’sEye
Doll’sEye
Doll’sEye
Doll’sEye

3 GiantHogweed

Giant hogweed or “heracleum mantegazzianum” is a dangerous and invasive plant that came from Apiaceae family. It grows up to 14 feet and more in height. It is native to Caucasus and Central Asia. It is described as a plant having a stout green stem and its stalks have red spots. When this plant comes in contact with humans, it causes phytophotodermatitis and it also causes blindness when comes in contact with the eyes.

GiantHogweed
GiantHogweed
GiantHogweed
GiantHogweed
GiantHogweed

4 CorpseFlower

Corpse Flower or “amorphophallus titanium” is an inflorescence flowering plant having an unwanted odor which smells like a rotten animal. It can be found in Western Sumatra. It can grow up to 10 feet in height. Corpse flower needs seven years before it blooms or sometimes longer. Because of the rotten smell of corpse flower, it attracts carrion-eating beetles and flesh flies.

CorpseFlower
CorpseFlower
CorpseFlower
CorpseFlower
CorpseFlower

5 Devil’sClaw

Devil’s claw or “proboscidea” is a flowering plant that belongs to the Martyniaceae family. It is found in southern Africa. It is call devil’s claw because of its shape. They look like unholy spiders or beasts.

Devil’sClaw
Devil’sClaw
Devil’sClaw
Devil’sClaw

6 WitchHazel

Witch hazel is a flowering plant that came from the Hamamelidaceae family. It can be found in North America and Japan. It can grow up to 9.8-26.2 feet. Its leaves are oval-shaped that can grow up to six inches.

WitchHazel
WitchHazel
WitchHazel
WitchHazel
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7 Snapdragons

Snapdragon flowers are flowering plants that bloom beautifully but when it dies, it resembles tiny skulls. The skulls look like human skulls. Its tiny skulls are connected to curses, sorcery, and witchcrafts. It says that snapdragons have supernatural powers.

Snapdragons
Snapdragons
Sonnet snapdragon plants grow up to 30 inches tall and offer colorful flower spikes in a kaleidoscope of shades that are great as cut flowers. They are thrilling in a cool-season combination container and have a soft cinnamon scent.

Snapdragons
Snapdragons

8 Venus Flytrap

Venus flytrap or “Dionaea muscipula” is a carnivorous plant. It can be found in the United States. Its favorite victims are chiefly insects. It grows up to three to ten centimeters. It has a leaf blade that it uses to capture preys.

Venus Flytrap
Venus Flytrap
Venus Flytrap
Venus Flytrap

9 Dracula Vampira

Dracula vampire is an orchid that is found in the mountains of Equador. It resembles a feature of a dragon. They are used as ornamentals in gardens.

Dracula Vampira
Dracula Vampira
Dracula Vampira
Dracula Vampira

10 Rafflesia

Rafflesia is a parasitic flowering plant that contains 28 types of species. It is found in Southeastern Asia. It has no stem, leaves, and roots but only a flower. It weighs up to 10 kilograms and can grow over 39 inches in diameter.

Rafflesia
Rafflesia
Rafflesia
Rafflesia
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