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This flower put on a rare show at UNG. And it smells of ‘everything foul’
Corpse Flower
The endangered titan arum, also called the corpse flower, bloomed May 7, 2020, at the University of North Georgia's Dahlonega campus. -Photo courtesy University of North Georgia
The corpse flower unleashed its black frills and aroma of feces and rotting flesh May 7 at a Dahlonega greenhouse.