Ever seen plants that look like a person's funny bottom? Nature has a sense of humor, giving us plants that playfully resemble human butts. From cheeky succulents called Lithops to comically bottom-shaped Butternut Squash and peaches with a peachy behind, there's even a plant named «Horse’s Balls.» Find out more below.
Have you ever strolled through your garden and thought, “Wow, that plant looks a little cheeky?” No, you’re not seeing things! Nature has its own sense of humor, presenting us with plants that resemble a human butt! Yes, you read that right!
Here’s Lithops, commonly known as “Living Stones.” These small, cheeky succulents are famous for their peculiar shape, resembling, you guessed it, a human butt.
While typically associated with Halloween and fall decorations, some gourds like the Butternut Squash grow in shapes that can only be described as comically bottom-like!
Moving on to the next member in the amusing lineup is the Peach, adding its own fruity twist to butt plants. With its soft, round form and distinct cleft, it gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “peachy behind.”
The Butt nut, with its curvaceous and nutty appearance, proudly joins the ranks of our collection of butt plants. Its appearance is the same reason as its name, too.
Nope, we’re not kidding! That really is the name of this plant. Regardless of the name, this shrub has fruits that hang on its branches and look like a human butt.
Baby bums or Gibbaeum heathii are not just named so – these cute little succulents do look like a human baby’s butt. They’re found in a small South African region and called bababoutjies.
So, there you have it – a tour of the botanic world’s cheekier side. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a curious onlooker,Read more on balconygardenweb.com