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Corpse Flower time lapse

Date posted: 18 January 2017

On 2 January 2017 South Australia was graced with its third Corpse Flower (Amorphophallus titanum).

Almost 5,000 people visited “Ganteng” in Adelaide Botanic Garden’s Bicentennial Conservatory to experience this rockstar of the plant world, which smells of rotting flesh and can reach three metres in height.

“Adelaide Botanic Garden's Corpse Flower blooms again - time lapse

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