Corpse flowers can take up to seven years to bloom; some corpse flowers only bloom once every few decades. The flower usually stays open and emits its pungent odor for just a few days.
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The Corpse Flower can take anywhere from two to twenty year before it decides to bloom again. Once the flower blooms, it only lasts for a few days before it falls apart and then prepares to bloom again.
The bloom of a flower is the flower its self.
The corpse flower, also known as the Titan Arum, blooms for an average of twelve hours. Some flowers how been known to stay open for 24 to 48 hours. This flower usually requires 7 to 10 years of growth before it first blooms.
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The hardest flower to grow is the corpse flower
Takes about ten years to bloom, one is blooming very soon actually.
An Iris Flower is a showy bloom.
The corpse flower is the stinkiest flower in the rain forest.
corpse flower is the biggest and smallest is the Wolffia
To pollinate the flower.
Raffelesia arnoldi and the corpse flower are the same thing. Corpse flower is the Raffelesia common name, so called because of the smell.
It is a plant and obtains its nourishment from the soil air and water. They bloom about once every 3 or 4 years and the smell is that of a rotting corpse, hence the name. The smell attracts small animals, birds and insects that help pollinate the plant.
corpse flower is the most smelling flower in the world
The Corpse flower is Amorphophallus Titanum. The common name comes from the smell of rotting flesh it exudes.
they smell like a corpse to attract insects, and the insects pollinate them.
The Sumatran Corpse Flower grows 6 to 8 feet every 10 years... If you're lucky, your flower may grow to 10 FEET!