Each plant is a system that includes a hollow, tube-like vine that sprouts one or more huge spiky fig pods. The pods are all connected to each other with the vine or tube stem, which ends up to a flowering top; the buttercup-like blossom forms a basin that gathers rainwater. Their petal-held pools might house fishes like Electra Rays, or trendrils of other plants, like Corkscrew Cattails.
When touched, each fig can suck water down through from the basin through the tube stem. The pod expands and becomes bulbous. It becomes very sensitive and trembles to the touch and can be easily broken with heat.