What unusual plants have you heard? And would you like to plant some exotic plant? If the answer is yes, then we suggest looking at 10 plants of unusual beauty that will leave no one indifferent.
UPDATE 02.16.2019: upon request, we added links to the well-known Chinese store, but we did not order the seeds there and cannot confidently say that they would send exactly those seeds that you wanted
The African plant Haworthia has many different subspecies, but the most unusual is Haworthy Cooper. It resembles small balls filled with water. The plant loves dry regions, feels good in the shade.
Euphorbia plump (Euphorbia obesa)
This ball shaped succulent looks absolutely amazing. It perfectly takes root to home conditions and for a long time pleases its owners with an unusual appearance.
Albuca spiral (Albuca Spiralis)
At first glance, curls of blades of grass seem unnatural, however, nature itself has created them just that way. Corkscrew plant is growing rapidly and is pleased with the owners with its original form and bright green color.
Succulents-Dolphins (Senecio Peregrinus)
The Japanese are just crazy about this succulent! Small petals resemble diving dolphins. Amazing wonder of nature.
Euphorbia tirukalli (rubbery, Euphorbia tirucalli)
Something this tree-like plant resembles coral. The subspecies has an interesting gradient color transition. He is unpretentious and extremely beautiful.
Spun Asparagus Leaves? No, maybe bamboo curls? It is difficult to give a true description of the unusual stems of this plant.
Crassula Umbella (Crassula Umbella "Wine Cup)
All types of Krasulla look amazing, but the sort of Crassula Umbella "Wine Cup" is considered the most unusual - it resembles a kind of meaty hat. Literally, the subspecies translates as "cup of wine", for obvious reasons.
Moss Marimo (Marimo Moss)
The original decorative moss resembles fluffy green fur balls. This unique seaweed Marimo from the family Cladophoraceae grows along the shores of Scandinavia, Japan, Russia, the Baltic States and Central Europe.
Platicerium, Hornbill (Platycerium)
The plant really resembles deer horns: you only see how original it grows! This type of fern is common in the rain forests of Australia, South India, and Southeast Asia, but it can also be grown at home.
Euphorbia "Head of a jellyfish" (Euphorbia caput-medusae)
This completely unusual plant resembles Medusa's hair, and for good reason. Unfortunately, the plant is poisonous, and therefore at home it is impractical to keep it, but with its help you can make an extraordinary florarium.