I think I’ll toss some plant monsters into the mix this month! I wanted to keep the creature looking as close to the plant as possible, and that turned it into kind of an interesting multi-faced creature.
Also known as Antirrhinum majus, this wildflower starts to look like a skull during late summer after it’s petals fall out and reveal a green sea pod which slowly browns. It also has some interesting legends associated with it like that concealing one in your room or person will make you seem “fascinating” and even repel evil spirits.
Another legend is that any woman that consumes this wildflower will have eternal beauty which is just ridiculous since every part of the snapdragon is poisonous.