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Titan Arum: the Biggest 'Flower' in the World

This spectacular and putrid smelling plant at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, burst into flower earlier this month. This Web site includes a sequence of photos as the inflorescence grows from 350 millimeters to its mature height of over 2 meters. By visiting the site, users can also learn about the plant, its giant leaf and flower, and how it is pollinated.
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2003-04-07 17:35:21
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