The Corpse Flower #LMNOPart

The College of Biological Sciences Conservatory at the University of Minnesota invites you to experience a rare and very brief event — the blooming of the Amorphophallus titanum, “Corpse Flower.” The notoriously noxious plant, native to Sumatra’s equatorial rain forests, makes a big impression reaching up to six feet tall and emitting a scent often likened to “rotting meat.”






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