Botanical Horror: A Collection

by Various Authors

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A collection of stories concerning curious plants.

VALLISNERIA MADNESS
“Vallisneria Madness” by Ralph Milne Farley, first crawled up out of the earth in the May 1937 edition of Weird Tales Magazine. The tale was described as follows: “A strange and curious little story, about the moonlight mating of flowers.”

WHEN THE FLAME-FLOWERS BLOSSOMED
“When the Flame-Flowers Blossomed” by Leslie F. Stone, first sought sunlight in the November 1935 edition of Weird Tales Magazine. The tale was described as follows: “A bizarre fantasy about strange life found on Venus by two explorers from Earth.”

THE MAN-TRAP
“The Man-Trap” by Hamilton Craigie, first snapped its leaves in the November 1925 edition of Weird Tales Magazine. The tale was described as follows: “A monstrous plant makes its kill.”

SUZANNE
“Suzanne” by J. Joseph-Renaud, first started to bloom in the April 1930 edition of Weird Tales Magazine. The tale was described as follows: “A grisly plant horror was spawned in the steaming vapors of Dr. Salzmann’s nursery—a giant, man-eating Nepenthes.”

THE HEDGE
“The Hedge” by Alfred I. Tooke, first took shape in the December 1935 edition of Weird Tales Magazine. The tale was described as follows: “A quaint little story, about the gardener who spent his whole life clipping a hedge.”

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released June 9, 2021

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