This flora is rather large and has 3 distinct parts: the foliage on top, the thick trunk, and the tendril-like roots near its base.
At the top of the plant appears to be the leafy blue foliage branching out directly from the trunk, which is big and pale violet in color and is covered in tiny red corals. The bottom half of the trunk appears to have crease-like ripples, with multiple tendril-like roots extend outwards.
The Twisted Mandrake grows in temperate coral zones. Its leafy canopy photosynthesizes sunlight, while providing shade to the bulbous structure underneath.
|Source: Scan Twisted Mandrakes|
- The Twisted Mandrake was originally called the Twisty Bridges Large Plant