Corpse flower blooms in D.C.

07/22/2013 | Christian Science Monitor, The

A titan arum plant, referred to as a "corpse flower," is in bloom at the Botanic Garden Conservatory in Washington, D.C. The flower, which can grow up to 12 feet tall and sometimes takes years to blossom, emits a distinctive rotting smell to draw bugs. It is the first time this particular plant has bloomed.

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