Image via YouTubeThe stink is off the corpse flower's bloomFor a few short days, Perry the corpse flower really stank out the joint at Linnaeus Arboretum on the Gustavus Adolphus campus. But the rank stench of rotting meat from its big-as-a-human bloom is off. According to students posting on ... More >>
Via Titan Arum WebcamPerry the corpse flower, doing what comes naturallyNote to the Grunke brothers: When the thrill of digging up a corpse for sex no longer rings your ding-a-ling, there's always Perry the blooming corpse flower at Gustavus Adolphus College. And those condoms you brought to ... More >>
Via WikipediaA corpse flower in the U.S. Botanic Gardens (yes, it stinks, too)You could excited about the Titan Arum, or Amorphophallus titanum, that it will soon bloom at Gustavus Adolphus College. After all, it's only found naturally in the tropical rain forests of Sumatra. But what you re ... More >>
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