When the corpse flower at UC Davis flowered, they cut a hole to see inside so I made sure to get a closeup!
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When the corpse flower at UC Davis flowered, they cut a hole to see inside so I made sure to get a closeup!

When the corpse flower at UC Davis flowered, they cut a hole to see inside so I made sure to get a closeup!

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17 thoughts on “When the corpse flower at UC Davis flowered, they cut a hole to see inside so I made sure to get a closeup!”

  1. We had one flower at the Dunedin Botanic Gardens here in NZ. Was neat to go watch it grow and then finally bloom. Amazing how quickly it grows too. I must have had a blocked nose on the day I saw it in bloom because it just didn’t smell that bad.

  2. UC Davis cuts holes in cows too so you can feed them alfalfa pellet through their side and stick your arm in shoulder deep to feel the lining of the animal’s stomach. Holey Cow is its name. Good and interesting times

  3. Take the smell in! (It smells very interesting) and hats off to Ernesto and the plant life department for keeping this rolling. The greenhouse is amazing

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