Giant “Corpse Flower” Is Blooming In Pittsburgh

One of the world’s largest flowers, the so-called corpse flower of the Amorphophallus titanum plant, is currently blooming in Pittsburgh’s Phipps Conservatory. The plant gets its name from it’s pungent odor, which is reminiscent of rotting flesh. It only blooms for 48 hours, so get here soon. It will be another 10 years until it flowers again!

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