There are 11 off the beaten path places tagged curious flora:
The only museum dedicated to watermelons is located in Beijing, China. This bizarre place looks like a watermelon itself, and lets you discover all kinds of amazing facts about this glorious fruit.
The Dancing, or Drunk Forest in Curonian Spit national park is an interesting and unexplained phenomena - the trees grow twisted, creating loops and spirals with their trunks.
Museo de la Coca in La Paz is a place to find out everything about the coca leaves and its history since 3000 B.C. until now.
The Alley of the Baobabs is a unique road in Madagascar, with huge 30 meter tall baobabs growing naturally on the sides of it. The baobabs are approximately 800 years old.
El Valle de Anton, Panama, has a unique set of square trees growing on the volcanic soil of the second largest inhabited dormant volcano in the world. There is no direct explanation why exactly the…
The Hash, Marijuana and Hemp Museum in Amsterdam tells the visitors about the 8000 year history of cannabis and its use, displaying various types of products made out of hemp and cannabis oil, a…
The tree of Ténéré, Niger, was the loneliest tree in the desert, which survived many centuries, serving as a landmark for the caravan routes. Sadly, the tree was destroyed by a drunk driver in…
Nepenthes Rajah is the largest carnivorous pitcher plant in the world. There is a hypothesis that the plant evolved due to the feces of the shrews, which like to live nearby.
The Tree of Life in Bahrain stands under the scorching sun in the heart of the desert for 400 years, yet no one has solved the mystery of how it manages to survive.