The United States Botanic Garden next to the Capitol Building is extending its hours to allow visitors a once-in-a-decade whiff of the decaying-flesh-like aroma of Titan Arum flower, also called the 'corpse flower,' which only blooms once every few years.
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Giant flower stinking of rotting flesh blooms next to US Capitol
A giant 'corpse flower', so-called for its smell resembling rotting flesh, has hit 'peak smell' in the U.S. Botanic Garden in Washington, D.C.