Flowers that look like people are the most amazing thing you can notice to make your day exciting.
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Flowers That Look Like People
The adaptability of any plant is more vigorous than humans and undergoes vital mutation for generations.
Such adaptability and evolution have made flowers and plants change their outlook and adjust to this dynamic environment.
Thus, you get to see some weird-looking flowers with bizarre characteristics. Some are listed below.
1. Naked Man Orchid
First on the list is the Naked Man Orchid (Orchis italica) which has densely clustered flowers arranged in a single robust stalk.
Moreover, you can enjoy the Naked Man Orchid flowers in shades ranging from pink, purple, and white.
Also, the captivating plant can attain a height of 20 inches and is readily found in woodland and swamp areas.
2. Hot Lips
The intriguing red lips of Psychotria elata, also known as Girlfriend Kiss or Hot Lips, are great attractors for butterflies and hummingbirds.
Many think of the red bracts as the plant’s flower. But the flowers of Hot Lips are white small, and star-shaped without any aroma that emerges from these very red bracts.
Nevertheless, deforestation has endangered the plant and can be found only in Tropical America.
3. Garden Pansy
Viola tricolor var. hortensis, also known as Garden Pansy, has a flower that looks like a smiling face.
The flowers combine at least two or more colors of white, yellow, violet, and blue, making the alignment seem like the eyes, cheeks, and mouth of a face.
You can easily notice this plant around rocky outcrops, meadows, banks, gardens, and wastelands in the USDA zone 2-9.
4. Dried Snapdragon (Seed Pod)
Fresh Snapdragon has stunning flower spikes which look like a dragon’s nose. But once pollination occurs by bumblebees, the seed pod changes its structure.
The dried Snapdragon shrinks and turns brown, making it have a small skull-like structure. You can notice it in late summer or early fall.
Moreover, they are short-lived perennials that can grow easily in mixed border gardens, flower boxes, and patios.
5. Ballerina Orchid
A native of Western Australia, the Ballerina Orchid (Caladenia melanoma) is a unique and endangered flower with a unique appearance.
Also, the petals are white with red stripes, spots, and blotches that make it as white as a Ballerina dancer.
Nevertheless, the Ballerina Orchid is a deciduous perennial that blooms from late summer to early fall.
6. Devil’s Hand Tree
Another on the list of flowers that look like human body parts is the Devil’s Hand Tree, which showcases an open hand.
However, you cannot find the exact facial resemblance in plants as the resemblance is just because of the intricate structure.
You can notice the appearance of the bloom from late spring to early summer in the USDA zone 8-11.
From Editorial Team
Most members of the Orchid family seem to have a certain resemblance to humans. It also holds plants like the Monkey or Dracula Orchid, whose flowers look like monkey faces.
Meanwhile, Pampas Grass, Pussy Willow, and Cat’s Whiskers are some flowers that look like cats due to the resemblance with either their tail or ears.