Everybody is Standing Around Waiting For This Smelly Flower to Bloom
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Everybody is Standing Around Waiting For This Smelly Flower to Bloom

Corpse Flower Denver Botanic Gardens
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Here's the deal: There's a flower at the Denver Botanic Gardens with its own livestream. The plant is called a Amorphophallus titanum—casually known as the Corpse Flower for the incredibly terrible smell it gives off after blooming—and it could bloom at any minute. This specific growth has been years in the making and will leave a smell worthy of its efforts that will stick around for up to 48 hours after the big event. Check out the livestream below to see it all—you might even get lucky and catch the spectators' faces as it opens up:

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

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