10 Weird Houseplants You Never Knew They Existed! #4 Is Strange And Beautiful…
Everyone can easily recognize a cactus and also the snake plants which are becoming very common. But, can you recognize donkey tails or even trachyandra? If your home is full of these plants that look alike, you could maybe be eager to make one of these different varieties.
No, it is not a pipe cleaner which is stuck in a pot of rocks and dirt. It is a plant which exists in real life and origin is in southern and eastern Africa.
2. Crassula Umbella
There is a nickname for this special plant and it is “Wine Cup” — for very obvious reasons. It can grow up to 6 inches tall when its flower bloom and they have green and yellowish buds.
3. Euphorbia Obesa
It does not have thorns and it is like a ball. The Euphorbia Obesaresembles is also called the “Baseball Plant.” It is able to grow from 6 to 15 centimeters wide and it can hold water in a reservoir for protection of drought.
4. Euphorbia Caput-Medusae
It is usually called “Medusa’s Head,” because it has different stems that look like serpent. It originates from Cape Town, South Africa.
If your desire is to grow greenery on your walls, this is the perfect way to do it. It is also known like the “Staghorn Fern,” and it is the perfect name for their special, unique leaves with special shape.
6. Euphorbia Tirucalli
Because of the red color which pops on the end of the branches this plant is called “Firesticks”. They can even grow up to 25 feet tall.
7. Haworthia Cooperi
Even though it is actually similar to a lot of bubbles settled on it and that is why this plant is so unique and special.
8. Sedum Morganianum
It is also known as “Donkey Tail”. It gives stems which may grow up to 24 inches long and they give green-blue leaves. It originates from Honduras and southern Mexico.
9. Corkscrew Grass
It is a grass which like someone made the spiral shape using scissors, but it grows like that naturally. It has a tendency to spread easily if you plant it in the ground and the best way is to plant them in a pot.
10. Gentiana Urnula
The plant has layered plated leaves and that is why it is known like the “Starfish Succulent.” It is easy and cheap to maintain and that is why it is the best candidate for making a rock garden.