Watch rare corpse flower blooming at Tucson Botanical Gardens

The Tucson Botanical Gardens is home to one of the world’s largest and rarest flowers, the Amorphophallus Titanum. Commonly known as the corpse flower, it blooms once every seven to 10 years. The corpse flower is also known for producing a horrible smell described as rotting flesh. However, experts believe the Tucson corpse flower, Rosie may be too young to produce the smell. Thousands have been watching a live stream of Rosie for several days, waiting for it to happen and the botanical gardens had a steady stream of visitors waiting to see the 10-foot-tall flower in person.
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