Largest: A seagrass meadow off the coast of western Australia may be the world’s largest plant. This 180 square kilometer meadow is made up of clones of a single seagrass plant. This meadow may be over 4,500 years old.
Brightest: Each spring, Namaqualand daisies put on a stunning floral display in northwestern South Africa.
Weirdest: Nepenthes is a group of tropical carnivorous pitcher plants. Some of the largest Nepenthes pitcher plants have been recorded trapping and digesting vertebrate prey, like lizards and even mice! Prey are attracted to secretions on the pitcher and sometimes become trapped.
Autumn-iest: Deciduous trees change color in Autumn. Leaves turn shades of yellow, brown, orange and red before falling to the ground where they decompose.
Stinkiest: The titan arum is a flowering plant that grows in the rainforests of Sumatra in Indonesia. It produces a large flower that is also known as the corpse flower because of its rotten stench.