The petals of a flower found in Japan and China turn clear whenever they come in contact with water. Nature never ceases to amaze with the beautiful things it has created. One of those is an incredibly unique plant known as “the skeleton flower.”
Found predominately in Japan and China, the flower possesses an unique trait. Whenever water touches its petals, they become transparent.
Typically white in color, the umbrella-like petals become clear when wet, and almost resemble glass.
The perennial flower usually blooms from the middle of spring until the beginning of the summer.
They prefer colder conditions, and are found in partially shaded, cool mountainous areas.
In summer the flowers fall from their stems and are replaced with bright blue berries. You don’t have to travel far to see them as it is possible to purchase this fascinating flower in the United States for around $20.
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