Corpse flower

In the featured article “stinky ‘corpse flower,” the author, Louis Casiano JR. Breaks the news that the Amorphophallus titanium plant, nicknamed corpse flower, is set to bloom soon. It is reported that the flower has its origin in Sumatra, an Indonesian Island.   The strange plant earned its name from a strange smell it produces during blooming. The pungent smell is caused by pollination, a process commonly executed by beetles, but with this flower, the article reports, the pollination process is performed by hand in the school.   The article also claims that the blooming usually occurs in the evening Read More


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