Rose McNary, 8, leans in to smell the corpse flower on Feb. 8 at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, Ill. Afterward she said “ it smelled like dead fish but not as bad as a three-day-old porkchop, I thought it would be worse.”
Rose McNary, 8, leans in to smell the corpse flower on Feb. 8 at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, Ill. Afterward she said “ it smelled like dead fish but not as bad as a three-day-old porkchop, I thought it would be worse.” Glen Stubbe Minneapolis Star Tribune
Rose McNary, 8, leans in to smell the corpse flower on Feb. 8 at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, Ill. Afterward she said “ it smelled like dead fish but not as bad as a three-day-old porkchop, I thought it would be worse.” Glen Stubbe Minneapolis Star Tribune

Pungent corpse flower finally blooms. Want to grow one?

February 17, 2016 01:45 PM