After 10 Years, World’s Stinkiest ‘Corpse Flower’ Blooms At UC Cruz

  • A corpse flower at UC Santa Cruz — thought to be dead just says ago — is not only in bloom now.
  • On Saturday, the arboretum posted to Facebook that “after careful consideration, we reached the conclusion that our corpse flower is truly a corpse.”
  • On Tuesday morning, the arboretum posted that “our corpse flower decided to bloom last night after all.”
  • “She is still pretty smelly and will be on display until her flower cycle is over,” the post says. “We pollinated last night.”
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