7 Mysterious Flowers That Look Like Skulls

1. Snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus): The blooms of snapdragons have a mouth-like shape that, when squeezed, opens and closes like a dragon's mouth, giving them a somewhat eerie appearance.

2. Datura (Datura spp.): Also known as "devil's trumpet," datura flowers have large, bell-shaped blooms with a pale color and unique structure that can resemble a skull.

3. White Egret Flower (Habenaria radiata): This orchid species has white petals that are arranged in a way that resembles an egret or bird in flight, which can evoke a sense of mystery.

4. Monkey Face Orchid (Dracula simia): Found in the cloud forests of Ecuador and Peru, this orchid's unique arrangement of petals and sepals can create a face-like appearance, reminiscent of a monkey.

5. Devil's Claw (Proboscidea spp.): The seed pods of this plant resemble gnarled claws, and the flowers have an unusual shape that can be reminiscent of eerie imagery.

6. Hoya Kerrii (Heart-Shaped Hoya): While not exactly a skull, the heart-shaped leaves of this succulent can sometimes appear skull-like, especially when viewed from certain angles.

7. Hooded Skullcap (Scutellaria galericulata): This flowering plant has unique helmet-shaped flowers that might remind some people of skulls.