It is considered to be the largest individual flower on earth It is also known by the name ‘corpse flower ‘due to the strong odor of decaying flesh that that flower produces It can be found in rain-forests of Bengkulu Sumatra Island Indonesia Some species of the plant can be found in the jungles of Southeast Asia including the Philippines Most of them are threatened or endangered.
2 Hydrona Africana

This unusual nature’s artwork is a member of the Euphorbiaceae family An interesting fact about this plant is that in most part it grows underground except for its flower This bizarre plant grows in southern Africa and it looks really scary.
3 Amorphophallus

The word amorphophallus comes from the Greek words amorphous meaning without shape and phallus meaning penis due to its shape These somewhat funny plants are lowland plants They grow in the tropical and subtropical zones from West Africa to the Pacific Islands They can be carefully prepared and cooked after removing some parts of the plant that can cause irritation Amorphallus titanium smells like rotten animal hence the name corpse lily.
4 Lithops

Also known as living rocks are small plants that live in the desert They are almost impossible to spot since they grow flat with the ground and are mistaken with rocks due to their appearance They disguise themselves this way in order to prevent insects and rodents eating them for their water.
5 Wollemia nobilis

It is an evergreen tree that can be up to 80 100 feet tall This tree grows in New South Wales area North West of Sydney The oldest fossil of the Wollemi tree has been dated to 200 million years ago.
6 Ficus

Ficus aka Strangler Fig is a plant than can strangle After germinating in the branches of a tree roots will grow down the trunk After the roots grow into the soil they get larger and eventually entirely surround the tree In the end it strangles the tree as it would do to you if you stood still for a couple of decades.
7 Welwitschia Mirabillis

This plant is said to be able to live for up to 1000 years An Austrian botanist Friedrich Welwitsch discovered it in 1859 after whom the plant got the name It can be found in Namib Desert within Namibia and Angola It grows from a short thick woody trunk; it has only two leaves and a long thick taproot It can eventually grow up to 2–4 m.
8 Socratea exorrhiza