RBG Edinburgh prepares for visitor surge as its titan arum nears blooming

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is expecting its 'corpse flower' Amorphophallus titanum (titan arum) to bloom for a third time - and is preparing for a surge in visitor numbers if it happens.

by Sarah Cosgrove
The last time the Titum arum bloomed in 2017. Image: RBGE
The last time the Titum arum bloomed in 2017. Image: RBGE

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