Rare giant 'corpse flower' blooms at London's Kew Gardens

Rare giant 'corpse flower' blooms at London's Kew Gardens



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The rare Amorphophallus titanum, or titan arum, blooms at Kew Gardens, London, a spectacle expected to last another two to three days. The “Konjac giant” gives off a strong smell reminiscent of rotting flesh, so it is also nicknamed “corpse flower.” The flower can grow up to 3 meters, and seeing it in bloom is rare. It can take up to 12 years to gather enough energy to produce its first flower, and subsequent blooms occur every few years.

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