8 Plants That Look Like Vagina (With Pictures)

Are you looking for plants that closely or exactly resemble a vagina to decorate your home garden or yard and make it look more appealing? If you are, then there are a few plants that somehow look like the female organ. So, if you are looking for some inspiration or something like that, in this article you will be able to see pictures, read both their scientific and general names of such plants.

Here is a list of plants that look like vagina:  

  • Oriental Poppy Flower Bud
  • African Tulip Flower
  • Asian Pigeonwings
  • Jack Food
  • Peony Seed Pod
  • Pink Tulip
  • Hooker’s Lips
  • Venus Fly Trap

Oriental Poppy Flower Bud

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Scientific Name: Papaver orientale

Description: Oriental poppy is a flowering perennial native to Turkey, Iran and Afghanistan. Other than bearing attractive foliage, flower buds of mature oriental poppies are hairy and resemble the vagina when the flower begins to unfurl.

African Tulip Tree Flower

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Scientific Name: Spathodea Campanulata

Description: The African tulip tree is native to dry forests of Africa. The flowers are large orange-red with yellow frilly edges produced inside bronze-green buds. When flowers begin to unfurl from the bud, the overall appearance is almost that of vagina.

Asian Pigeonwings

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Scientific Name: Clitoria ternatea

Other Names: Bluebellvine, Blue Pea, Butterfly Pea or Cordofan pea

Description: This vining flower is a native of the Indonesian island of Ternate. The flowers are vivid blue in color with light yellow markings. The shape together with the ‘clitoris-like’ shoot at the center of the flower make it to have an approximate appearance of human female genitals (vagina).

Jackal Food

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Scientific Name: Hydnora Africana

Other Names: Jakkalskos

Description: Jackal food is native to Southern Africa a parasitic underground plant that gathers nutrients from the roots of its host plant. It has a fleshy peachy-orange flower that emerges from ground after a heavy rainfall. The flower is tubular with three openings that are yellowish-orange in color and giving it an approximate vagina appearance.

Wild Peony Seed Pod

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Scientific Name: Paeonia mascula

Name: Wild Peony or Paeony

Description: Paeonies are native to Asia, Europe and Western North America. Wild peonies form interesting, clusters of wedge-like gray to brown seed pods, covered when young with a slight fuzz. As they mature, the seed pods turn dark brown and leathery and as they ripen, the seed pods crack open, revealing red or pink-red interior with few black or purple shiny seeds. The overall appearance of the seed pod is nothing other than that of a female human genital.

Pink Tulip

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Scientific Name: Pink Impression Tulipa

Other Name: Pink Impression Tulip

Description: The tulip is a member of the lily family and are native to Southern Europe to Central Asia. Pink tulip is a cultivar of tulip flowers and are generally cup or star shaped, structure wise featuring three petals and three sepals. When the flower begins to unfurl in the bad, it somehow resembles a vagina.

Hooker’s lips

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Scientific Name: Psychotria elata

Other Name: Jagger’s lips, Luscious lips

Description: Hooker’s lips is native to the rainforests of Central and South America. This plant is actually a gift from nature just by its fascinating appearance. The most distinctive feature of hooker’s lip is its red bracts, a modified set of leaves that look like human lips. When the plant begins to bloom, the bracts together with the emerging blooms approximately resemble a human vagina.

Venus Flytrap

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Scientific Name: Dionaea muscipula

Description: Venus fly trap plant is native to Africa, United States and Asia. It is a flowering plant best know for its carnivorous eating habits. The Venus flytraps are very common in southern coastal plains of the United States, especially in Carolina swamps. The plant feature two hinged leaf blades i.e two halves connected by a midrib. This is what can be referred to as ‘’trap’’. When the trap is fully opened it actually resembles a human vagina.

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