New corpse flower set to bloom at Huntington

If you’re a fan of prehistoric-looking, nasty-smelling plants (and who isn’t!?), you’ll want to get to the Huntington Gardens in about two weeks.   This flower is the latest offspring of the first Corpse Flower that bloomed in 1999.  The last to bloom, in June 2009, was a different offspring.

Read more about the plant and follow its amazing daily growth here.  And here’s a timelapse video of the 1999 bloom on YouTube.

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