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Three corpse flowers are about to stink up the US Botanic Garden

Let the stench frenzy begin. A year after the U.S. Botanic Garden produced a goliath-size titan arum, or corpse flower, the conservatory on the eastern end of the Mall is displaying three together,..
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Cornell's foul-smelling corpse flower set to bloom outdoors for the first time


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News video: Rare Trio of Corpse Flowers to Bloom At Washington Garden

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On Thursday, Reuters reported that a botanic garden by the US capitol is expecting a rare phenomenon, as the first trio of a so-called corpse flower is due to bloom anytime smell. The event would mark..
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News video: ‘Rotting flesh’ flower pulls in Edinburgh crowds

‘Rotting flesh’ flower pulls in Edinburgh crowds 01:02

At Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Garden, a bad smell is attracting hundreds of visitors at a time. A huge blooming flower, the Amorphophallus titanum, is on display. Native to the jungles of Sumatra, the..
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A rare flower which "smells like rotten flesh" came into bloom at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. The rare plant flowers infrequently and it's likely to only last for 48 hours before dying.
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News video: Corpse Flower Blooms!

Corpse Flower Blooms!

Corpse Flower Blooms!
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News video: CORPSE FLOWER FINALLY BLOOMS

CORPSE FLOWER FINALLY BLOOMS

CORPSE FLOWER FINALLY BLOOMS
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Mystery man fondles famous ‘corpse flower’ in SF on live stream

Something compelled the man to ignore the warning signs in order to touch the smelliest plant in San Francisco, which reeks of rotten flesh at full bloom at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate..
SFGate

Hundreds wait in line for a whiff of SF’s stinkiest plant

“When are you going to get a chance like this again?” said Kate Emerson, who stood in line for half an hour outside the Conservatory of Flowers on Friday before paying $6 for the right to put..
SFGate

There’s a reason they call it a corpse flower

This stinker blooms only once every several years, and you can’t miss the smell when it does.
Seattle Times

Plant with rotting flesh smell blooms in California

FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) — A Southern California nature center has a flower that smells deathly. Amorphophallus titanum, better known as the "corpse flower," emits a decaying flesh smell during its..
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What's In It For The Corpse Flower To Smell Like Death?

The corpse flower is a botanical rock star — prized by botanic gardens around the globe. In a new video, NPR's Skunk Bear explores the biology of the stinky giant, which thrives by playing dead.
NPR

'Wee Stinky,' Cornell's rare corpse flower to bloom Friday night (watch live feed)


syracuse.com

Zoo's Reeking 'Corpse Flower' Blooms — But Only Briefly

zoo's reeking 'corpse flower' blooms — but only briefly
Patch Back Bay, MA -- You can tell by the smell.
Patch

Hold your nose: Stinky corpse flower blooms in New Hampshire

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..
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