If you missed the New York Botanical Garden’s corpse flower in bloom last week, you won’t have to wait another ten years to see it.
The Garden has released a time-lapse of the thirteen days the famed flower opened up to reveal its putrid scent.
“In some ways it reminds me of the thrill of watching horror movies – you are excited about the possibility of being terrorized,” Marc Hachadourian, director of the Nolen Greenhouses at the New York Botanical Garden, told Forbes about the plant, which attracted a record number of visitors to the Garden.
Check out the time-lapse below. Read more here.