Botanics staff celebrate arrival of seedlings bred from world's smelliest plant

Just 12 months since the flowering of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh's (RBGE) Amorphophallus titanum, also known as the world's smelliest plant, pollen collected from the giant bloom has resulted in 14 healthy seedlings.

by Matthew Appleby

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