Corpse Flower is in Bloom at Huntington Gardens Today! Posted byKrista MarsonJune 20, 2022April 2, 2023Posted inUncategorizedTags:corpse, garden, Huntington Gardens, nature, plant I was just there a few days ago and saw this amazing plant getting ready to bloom: getting ready! Here is a neat diagram from the Huntington Garden’s website that shows this plant’s life cycle: And here is a photo I took of this plant in its leaf stage: One of many Amorphophallus titanum at The Huntington Gardens I wish that L.A. wasn’t a seven hour drive away, else I’d be in my car right now driving over there! Such a cool plant to see!!! Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Krista Marson Hi, my name is Krista, and I'm a traveling fiend. I am passionate about history, nature, art, gardening, writing, and watching movies. I created this blog to let people know I have some travel novels available to read. Enjoy! View more posts
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cool timelapse from New Zealand of a corpse flower https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6P6p9xXEY0
also fascinates me how much the leaves of the surrounding plants move to the light
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These plants are so neat! I like that time lapse you linked, the way all the plants move with the sun.