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World’s Tallest Flower

world’s tallest flowerReaching heights of over 10 feet, Amorphophallus titanium, produces the world’s tallest unbranched flower. Commonly referred to as the corpse flower, or corpse plant, this plant is native to..
Epoch Times on December 26, 2014

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Rare Corpse Flower Will Soon Bloom in New York, US

rare corpse flower will soon bloom in new york, usIn a very short while, a corpse flower currently residing at a greenhouse at Cornell University in the city of Ithaca in central New York, US, will bloom and release a stench similar to that let out by..
Softpedia on November 19, 2014

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News video: One Thing: The Corpse Flower In Bloom

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HuffPost Canada's Emily Anonuevo explains why the rare, and very stinky, bloom of a Putrella at Edmonton's Muttary Conservatory is something you need to know today.
Source: HuffPost Canada - on April 8, 2015

News video: Rare Flower with Rare Scent Starts Blooming at Sac State

Rare Flower with Rare Scent Starts Blooming at Sac State 02:28

The so-called "corpse flower" has started to bloom at Sacramento State.
Source: KCRA - on March 24, 2015

News video: It's beautiful but smells like 'rotten flesh'

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The rare corpse flower is on display at Michigan State University. Its drawing crowds from around the country who want to sniff it's signature stinch.
Source: BNQT - on June 24, 2014

News video: Rare, Smelly Corpse Flower Set To Bloom

Rare, Smelly Corpse Flower Set To Bloom 03:56

If you’re in Costa Mesa Saturday or Sunday you may want to stop by Orange Coast College to catch a whiff of the rare corpse flower, which is famous for its noxious odor.
Source: KTLA - on June 21, 2014

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Giant, smelly flower finally puts on show at Volunteer Park

Seattle’s Volunteer Park Conservatory has a corpse flower that bloomed Friday — a rare sight. The plant only blooms once every seven to 10 years and smells like rotten meat. Hurry if you want to..
Seattle Times on September 13, 2014

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Rare corpse flower set to bloom on college campus

With only a few days remaining before the state's first-ever bloom of the rare, stinky corpse flower, a Kansas college has set up a 24-hour webcam for those who want don't want to miss the big..
azcentral.com on July 12, 2014Also reported by •Freep
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Rare corpse flower blooms at Michigan State

rare corpse flower blooms at michigan stateEast Lansing — The smell of death in the air at Michigan State University drew crowds following the blooming of the corpse flower.
detnews.com on June 25, 2014Also reported by •FreepUSATODAY.com
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After 11 years, rare corpse flower ready to bloom in Costa Mesa

For 11 years, the horticulture department at Orange Coast College has been dutifully cultivating a large, nearly 5-foot-tall plant indigenous to Sumatra that only now is blooming for the first time.
L.A. Times on June 25, 2014
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Rare Foul Flower Spreads Stench in Orange County

What's that smell? Corpse flower blooms, spreading scent of dead flesh at California college
ABCNews.com on June 20, 2014Also reported by •Newsday
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What's that smell? Corpse flower blooms, spreading scent of dead flesh at California college

The stench of blue cheese and dead bodies at a Southern California college is not repelling visitors but drawing them in.
FOXNews.com on June 20, 2014

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World's Stinkiest Flower to Bloom in Michigan

world's stinkiest flower to bloom in michiganThe stench of death will soon hang heavy in Michigan and it's nothing to do with Detroit: The world's biggest and smelliest flower is expected to bloom at Michigan State University, giving off a stench..
Newser on June 19, 2014

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