Big Bang Theory
If you want to plant your own "Big Bang Theory" garden, you'll need the plants below:
Sheldon Cooper: The Touch-Me-Not
The touch-me-not is a slender plant that contains dense prickles with leaves that close up when touched.
Penny: The Bright Yellow Rose
With a long slender stem and bright yellow blossoms, this flower is sure to brighten up your garden. The bright yellow rose has a natural defense with thorns that protrude from its stem.
Leonard Hofstadter: The Bleeding Heart
Built around the tale of a prince that was never loved by a princess and his eventual death. The princess found that she did love him and proclaimed that her heart would always bleed because of her grief. The bleeding heart is a member of the poppy family and resembles the traditional symbol of the heart and contains a long green stem.
Amy Farrah Fowler: The Water Lily
The water-lily is a large plant with large green leaves. The plants can support a lot of weight and have adapted to their environment by growing thorns on the bottom of their leaves to keep predators at bay.
Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz: The Tulip
With a height of four inches, tulips come in a variety of colors and since being introduced into a new environment their popularity soared. They have a colorful outside and dark center.
Howard Wolowitz: The Snapdragon
Snapdragons are cold-season annual plants that do best in full sun and well-drained soil. They are available in dwarf form and come in a variety of colors.
Rajesh Koothrappali: The Corpse Flower
The corpse flower, in its natural environment, only grows in the Sumatra rainforest. It is a large inflorescent plant and does not contain any branches. It has a hard time self-pollinating and very rarely flowers.