Amorphophallus Titanum, world’s biggest flower has bloomed in a Tokyo park, first time in long 5 years.
The bloom(flower) is 6 feet tall. Jindai Botinaical gardens in Chofu, Japan has augmented their meeting hours with the goal that guests can come and see this uncommon specie as it blossoms for a few days. It grows 1200 feet above ocean level
It is accepted that the scent of the blossom can be contrasted with that of the decaying meat which serves to draw in pollinators, for example, flies and creepy crawlies. This plant is local of rain forests in western Sumatara, Indonesia.