Posted June 20th:
Believed to be the largest unbranched inflorescence in the world, the Amorphophallus Titanum, or “corpse flower” is set to be in full bloom later this evening (June 20th) or tomorrow (June 21st) at the Heier Teaching and Research Greenhouse, at Binghamton University.
The flower, which emits a strong odor when in bloom is already standing tall at 73 inches! Don’t miss your chance to see this amazing flower in full effect! Just in case you can’t see the flower in person, check out a time lapse video of a previous bloom, from the Binghamton University YouTube channel, after the jump.
Metis bloomed on June 21. A species known for smelling like a rotting corpse, the flower used so much energy Continue reading