They don’t last long so go and get in line to view the Corpse Flower at the UC Botanic Garden!
Trudy, the corpse flower at UC Botanical Gardens, is blooming.
The Sumatran plant, officially called Amorphophallus titanum or titan arum, started to open around 8 p.m. Saturday July 25…
Berkeley photographer Colleen Neff visited the garden Sunday morning and said the flower had revealed a beautiful purple skirt. Trudy should remain in bloom for a few more days.
Titan arum are are nicknamed corpse flowers because they emit a smell like a decaying object as they are blooming….