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Once in a bloom moon

  • <br/>Devon DeNucce, of Easthampton looks at the  blooming Titan Arum at the Lyman Conservatory at the Botanic of Smith College.  Blooming usually last about a day.  <br/>CAROL LOLLIS<br/>


    Devon DeNucce, of Easthampton looks at the blooming Titan Arum at the Lyman Conservatory at the Botanic of Smith College. Blooming usually last about a day.
    CAROL LOLLIS

  • The titan arum, also known as the corpse flower, bloomed Sunday at the Botanic Garden at Smith College in Northampton

    The titan arum, also known as the corpse flower, bloomed Sunday at the Botanic Garden at Smith College in Northampton

  • At the Lyman Conservatory at the Botanic Garden of Smith College, the titan arum plant, known as the corpse flower, bloomed Sunday, the third time the plant has bloomed at the Smith plant house. <br/>Carol Lollis

    At the Lyman Conservatory at the Botanic Garden of Smith College, the titan arum plant, known as the corpse flower, bloomed Sunday, the third time the plant has bloomed at the Smith plant house.
    Carol Lollis

  • Devon DeNucce, of Easthampton looks at the  blooming titan arum at the Lyman Conservatory at the Botanic of Smith College.  Blooming usually last about a day.  <br/>CAROL LOLLIS

    Devon DeNucce, of Easthampton looks at the blooming titan arum at the Lyman Conservatory at the Botanic of Smith College. Blooming usually last about a day.
    CAROL LOLLIS

  • <br/>Devon DeNucce, of Easthampton looks at the  blooming Titan Arum at the Lyman Conservatory at the Botanic of Smith College.  Blooming usually last about a day.  <br/>CAROL LOLLIS<br/>
  • The titan arum, also known as the corpse flower, bloomed Sunday at the Botanic Garden at Smith College in Northampton
  • At the Lyman Conservatory at the Botanic Garden of Smith College, the titan arum plant, known as the corpse flower, bloomed Sunday, the third time the plant has bloomed at the Smith plant house. <br/>Carol Lollis
  • Devon DeNucce, of Easthampton looks at the  blooming titan arum at the Lyman Conservatory at the Botanic of Smith College.  Blooming usually last about a day.  <br/>CAROL LOLLIS

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