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The long-awaited purple bloom of Cornell's corpse plant, also known as titan arum (Amorphophallus titanum), appeared March 18, 2012 and lasted less than 48 hours. Visitors packed the Cornell greenhouse to see the rare plant, which gives off the smell of rotting meat when it blooms.