It’s anyone’s guess what inspires the Donald’s famous ‘do. It very well could be one of these five plants. (You’re welcome.)
1. Mexican feather grass
It’s drought tolerant, it’s gorgeous, but some people think it’s invasive and should be uprooted to make room for natives. We have a feeling that Donald might agree.
Bonsai, like the comb over, is an ancient art form especially popular with the older crowd.
Though cockscomb is an annual flower, it reseeds freely. That means it keeps showing up—even when you think it’s gone.
4. Yellow starthistle
Like any weed, it’s quick to dominate the field.
Some call them ugly. Some call them gaudy. But we appreciate mums for their big fall show and uniqueness among other blooms.