Smelly Flower Returns To OSU Greenhouse

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The Titan Arum flower commonly known as the Corpse Flower is in bloom at the OSU Biological Sciences Greenhouse Facility.(Photo: Debbie Holmes)
The Titan Arum flower commonly known as the Corpse Flower is in bloom at the OSU Biological Sciences Greenhouse Facility.(Photo: Debbie Holmes)

Two years after its stinking debut, Ohio State’s first Titan Arum plant is back in bloom at the Biological Sciences Greenhouse Facility. The plant is better known as a Corpse Flower because of its offensive smell. It’s named Woody for the university’s iconic football coach.

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