amorphophallus titanum : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n malodorous tropical plant having a spathe that resembles the corolla of a morning glory and attains a diameter of several feet
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- BU Campus Gets a Little Smelly as Corpse Flower Blooms
You know the saying, "stop and smell the roses"? The Amorphophallus titanum, as known as the Corpse Flower, had people stopping, but the moving on as quickly as they can. "The smell is not good, but the flower is beautiful," said Binghamton resident Fernado Guzman as he described the flower. After showing signs of blooming for about a week, the flower, appropriately called the Corpse Flower, has ...
June 21, 2013 - FOX 40 Binghamton