Often called the dancing plant, the Telegraph plant is unremarkable in its looks but “dances,” which the human eye can see!
Found in southern Asia, this plant has small, green leaves and can reach 2-4 feet tall (.60-1.21 m). As tropical plants, they will require plenty of sunlight and warm temperatures. They are a part of the Pea family of plants and will shed their leaves during the winter months.
The Telegraph’s seeds are slow to grow and can take a few months to sprout. Amazingly, this plant can be stimulated to move by sounds and light!