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Updated: August 8, 2022 @ 8:54 pm

Visitors stop by the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory to see the amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the Corpse Flowers, on Friday, July 8, 2022, in Huntington.
Zoe Herald leans in to smell the Amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the “corpse flowers,” at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday in Huntington. Once bloomed, the flower gives off an unpleasant odor.
The Amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the “corpse flowers,” is seen at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday in Huntington.
The Amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the “corpse flowers,” is seen at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday in Huntington.
Catherine Herald, left, Zoe Herald, center, and Anthony Butcher visit the amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the Corpse Flowers, at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday, July 8, 2022, in Huntington.
The Amorphophallus Titanum, more commonly known as one of the Corpse Flowers, is seen in its leaf cycle stage at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday, July 8, 2022, in Huntington. The 2-year-old plant will go through many leaf cycles before flowering when it is 7-10 years old.
Assistant Conservatory Director Josh Hamrick, left, discusses the leaf cycle of the Amorphophallus titanum, more commonly known as one of the “corpse flowers,” with Catherine Herald at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday in Huntington. The 2-year-old plant will go through many leaf cycles before flowering when it is 7-10 years old.
Wayne High School summer school students viewthe amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the Corpse Flowers, during a visit to the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Thursday, July 7, 2022, in Huntington.
The amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the Corpse Flowers, is seen at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Thursday, July 7, 2022, in Huntington.
Assistant Conservatory Director Josh Hamrick, left, discusses the Amorphophallus Titanum’s, more commonly known as one of the Corpse Flowers, leaf cycle stage with Catherine Herald at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday, July 8, 2022, in Huntington. The 2-year-old plant will go through many leaf cycles before flowering when it is 7-10 years old.
Zoe Herald leans in to smell the Amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the “corpse flowers,” at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday in Huntington. Once bloomed, the flower gives off an unpleasant odor.
The Amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the “corpse flowers,” is seen at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday in Huntington.
The Amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the “corpse flowers,” is seen at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday in Huntington.
Catherine Herald, left, Zoe Herald, center, and Anthony Butcher visit the amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the Corpse Flowers, at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday, July 8, 2022, in Huntington.
The Amorphophallus Titanum, more commonly known as one of the Corpse Flowers, is seen in its leaf cycle stage at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday, July 8, 2022, in Huntington. The 2-year-old plant will go through many leaf cycles before flowering when it is 7-10 years old.
Assistant Conservatory Director Josh Hamrick, left, discusses the leaf cycle of the Amorphophallus titanum, more commonly known as one of the “corpse flowers,” with Catherine Herald at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday in Huntington. The 2-year-old plant will go through many leaf cycles before flowering when it is 7-10 years old.
Wayne High School summer school students viewthe amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the Corpse Flowers, during a visit to the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Thursday, July 7, 2022, in Huntington.
The amorphophallus konjac, more commonly known as one of the Corpse Flowers, is seen at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Thursday, July 7, 2022, in Huntington.
Assistant Conservatory Director Josh Hamrick, left, discusses the Amorphophallus Titanum’s, more commonly known as one of the Corpse Flowers, leaf cycle stage with Catherine Herald at the Huntington Museum of Art’s C. Fred Edwards Conservatory on Friday, July 8, 2022, in Huntington. The 2-year-old plant will go through many leaf cycles before flowering when it is 7-10 years old.
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