Welwitschia mirabilis, family Welwitschiaceae. It’s the only plant in its genus, order, and class. Native to the Namib Desert and hardy in zones 9-11. On the bottom left, you can see the cones of a female starting to shed seeds. On the right, you can see the male cones containing pollen. Oh, and did I mention that after the cotyledon leaves are shed, Welwitschia will only ever have two leaves continuously growing out of the basal meristem? It only looks like more because the two leaves split with time. It can also grow to be incredibly old, having an estimated life-span between 400-1500 years.