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In line for hours for corpse flower - Hot Recent News
In line for hours for 'corpse flower'

In line for hours for 'corpse flower'

World December 29, 2015 12:49

Amsterdam - 'The smell of rotting meat,' 'a dead rat,' 'a teen room, '' a bag full of rotten fish', 'broccoli which has expired '- they are not exactly definitions where normally many people on coming.


         But at a botanical garden near the Australian Adelaide were thousands of people often over an hour in line for just that palette of scents. The
Amorphophallus titanum, in the Netherlands, known as the Giant Arum or Corpse Flower ', came Monday to full bloom.




A rarity, because the plant blooms only once in a thousand days, and which bloom only lasts 24 to 36 hours.
Even a member of the botanical gardens had to hurry to surrender Tuesday when he walked into the greenhouse, and for the first time in his life the thriving 'TitanArum' smoke. 'The smell spreads in waves,' said Matt Coulter. 'And suddenly it hits your nose. The stench nearly drove me out again. '
The botanical garden was to remain open for longer hours to allow all visitors inside.
The stench is a defense mechanism of the plant, which are natural enemies holding them at a distance. In 2009, a corpse flower bloomed in the Leiden Hortus.
         But at a botanical garden near the Australian Adelaide were thousands of people often over an hour in line for just that palette of scents. The
Amorphophallus titanum, in the Netherlands, known as the Giant Arum or Corpse Flower ', came Monday to full bloom.




A rarity, because the plant blooms only once in a thousand days, and which bloom only lasts 24 to 36 hours.
Even a member of the botanical gardens had to hurry to surrender Tuesday when he walked into the greenhouse, and for the first time in his life the thriving 'TitanArum' smoke. 'The smell spreads in waves,' said Matt Coulter. 'And suddenly it hits your nose. The stench nearly drove me out again. '
The botanical garden was to remain open for longer hours to allow all visitors inside.
The stench is a defense mechanism of the plant, which are natural enemies holding them at a distance. In 2009, a corpse flower bloomed in the Leiden Hortus.

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