corpse flower

The flower's odor has been compared to rotting flesh, decaying animals and soiled baby diapers.
A strange plant is about to unleash a reek upon NYC. And you can watch it all on a live cam.
Stinky Phil attracts crowds that want to get a whiff.
The corpse plant over at the Botanic Gardens is getting viral love because it's supposed to be so stinky. But it turns out
(Editing by Bill Trott) (Reuters) - The blossoming of twin "corpse" flowers, whose towering, phallic-shaped blooms reek of
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The titan arum is the largest unbranched inflourescence (cluster of flowers) in the world. In its natural habitat of Sumatra
The gigantic plant, which was discovered by Europeans in 1878 in Indonesia, gives off an odor that many describe the odor
This plant, better known as the "corpse flower," is infamous for its smell. Take a deep breath and your nostrils will fill