HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — A flower that got its nickname from its putrid smell is blooming at Dartmouth College for the first time since 2011. Named Morphy, the titan arum — or corpse flower — began.. Seattle Times Also reported by •Newsday •SeattlePI.com
HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — A rare “corpse flower” is about to bloom at Dartmouth College. The titan arum named Morphy is 13 years old and hasn’t bloomed since 2011. Officials at Dartmouth’s Life.. Seattle Times Also reported by •FOXNews.com
1. Izzy, the amorphophallus titanium flower — or better known as the corpse flower, is currently blooming at the Missouri Botanical Garden and you can watch it happen via a live stream on YouTube... bizjournals
The Amorphophallus titanumin, also known as Titan arums, is commonly called the “corpse flower,” because of the wretched smell it emits when it blooms. Its flower can stand about 10 feet tall.. Epoch Times
Every 10 years, the corpse flower blooms, filling the air around it with the scent of rotting meat. What better way to spend a summer evening than with friends at the fragrant event. NPR Also reported by •CBS News
People are lining up at Washington's Botanic Garden to see the blossoming Corpse flower. While humans dislike its rotten smell, the scent actually draws in insects.
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