There are a lot of plants that can glow in the dark. Unfortunately, most of them are fungi. There are some cool one s however, most notably the Jack O Lantern Mushroom.
As far as I could find, there are no naturally glowing plants. There are a species of mushroom that grows in Japan during their rainy season. It is known as chinquapin glow mushrooms, and grows upon the branches of a fallen Chinquapin tree.
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Bioluminescent algae glows brightly as the result of either chemical, mechanical, or temperature stimulation. This makes the ocean in which it lives glow a bright blue if the algae is agitated in someway.
You can grow your own with a little salt water and scientific know-how; visit the cited link for more information.
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