University of Minnesota’s Corpse Flower Will Bloom Soon
The University of Minnesota’s corpse flower is getting ready to stink up the place soon.
The foul-smelling plant last bloomed about three years ago and is about to bloom again very soon says the College of Biological Sciences Conservatory.
Visitors are welcome to come and see and take a whiff of the plant at the CBS Conservatory daily 9 AM to 9 PM.
And if you're not able to make it down to the Conservatory you can watch the flower bloom from the comfort of your couch and watch the live stream here.
According to LiveScience, the corpse flower is one of the world's biggest and rarest flowers. The flower rarely blooms and when it does if gives off the odor of rotting meat or a decaying corpse that helps attract pollinators.