Brooke White, 4, holds her nose as she approaches a cabinet holding the blooming corpse flower on display at Sacramento State’s Sequoia Hall on Tuesday. Brooke and other members of the Sacramento State ASI Children Center were on their third trip to see the flower after it bloomed. “We do a lot of gardening curriculum so it’s very exciting to show this very unusual plant,” said Denise Wessels, director of the ASI Children Center.
Brooke White, 4, holds her nose as she approaches a cabinet holding the blooming corpse flower on display at Sacramento State’s Sequoia Hall on Tuesday. Brooke and other members of the Sacramento State ASI Children Center were on their third trip to see the flower after it bloomed. “We do a lot of gardening curriculum so it’s very exciting to show this very unusual plant,” said Denise Wessels, director of the ASI Children Center. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Brooke White, 4, holds her nose as she approaches a cabinet holding the blooming corpse flower on display at Sacramento State’s Sequoia Hall on Tuesday. Brooke and other members of the Sacramento State ASI Children Center were on their third trip to see the flower after it bloomed. “We do a lot of gardening curriculum so it’s very exciting to show this very unusual plant,” said Denise Wessels, director of the ASI Children Center. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

A dead body? No, corpse flower blooms at Sac State

March 24, 2015 10:24 AM

UPDATED March 25, 2015 08:53 AM

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