The upper part of the pod has a pair of stamen filaments that react to sunlight and unfurl, exposing the anther (the pollen-producing part); their scent attracts pollinating insects that stimulate the pod to open its petals.
Inside the pod, its walls are lined with succulent fruits; their vines form a curved "cage" and a handle-like stem.
When the fruit ripens, the stem is pushed downwards, and shoots seeds upward with a loud poppinig noise. The Grossamery reacts to that sound and gathers the cage, to feed her hatchling with the succulents.
The plant has gigantic purple, hollow tunnel-like roots that lead directly to the interior of the pod.