Weird Plants Taking Root in Everyday Gardens

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: August 28, 2003   View Article

Some smell like putrefied meat, others have stalks reminiscent of male anatomy, and others are outrageously big, or black, or carnivorous, or explosive. The world is full of weird plants and more and more people are encouraging them to take root in their gardens.

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