1.Bleeding Tooth Fungus
The bleeding tooth fungus looks kind of like a wad of chewing gum that leaks blood like a rejected prop from The Shining. They’re also called the strawberries and cream, the red-juice tooth, and the devil’s tooth.
2. Doll’s Eye
At best, this thing looks like the plants you’d find on some hostile alien world. At worst, it looks like eyeballs on bloody stalks, tied together by their stems like the deranged trophy of some serial killer
The porcupine tomato is one of the crops you’ll find growing in Pinhead’s vegetable patch after he retires from abstract horror and turns to horticulture.
4.Cedar-Apple Rust Fungus
Apples and crabapples can be negatively affected by cedar-apple rust. Genetically, apples and crabapples are kissing cousins and share in many disease and insect problems.
5.Chinese Black Batflowers
There’s a good reason that Batman uses bat imagery to strike terror into the hearts of Gotham’s criminals, rather than, say, some kind of shrew. Bats are freakin’ scary.
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Using pebbles in a garden brings different colours and textures to the garden. Pebbles can also fill up otherwise empty space in the garden, leaving a visual that might be considered more interesting and aesthetic than simple dirt, soil or mulch.
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