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80 plants from fiction (infographic)

Famous plants from fiction - Harry Potter

Some are cheerful, some magical, some violent. The new infographic lists most iconic fictional plants.

The recent infographic with most memorable animals from literature was adored by the internet. It was just a matter of time to see the plants.

Online flower delivery service Avas Flowers has created a marvelous infographic called Garden of Fantasy Flora.

The chart shows most famous and iconic plants that can be found in literature, comics, games, and movies. It’s based on a Wikipedia article that lists fictional plants.

Besides Whomping Willow, a violent tree from Harry Potter, you will find here the plants from The Hunger Games, Pokémon, Star Wars, or The Lord of the Rings.

Please heed this warning: there are several ferocious plants eager to take a bite out of you. Also be mindful of this cardinal rule: never judge a plant by its friendly smile!

Which of these plants would you like to grow in your home?

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