Amorphophallus titanum (titan arum)

In June 2015 our Amorphophallus titanum (titan arum), the world’s biggest and smelliest flower, became the first to flower in Scotland.

Nicknamed ‘New Reekie’, it's final measurment was 267cm.

The flower began to flop (1 July)

Daily Flower Photo

Our plant with one of its personal assistants for scale! (From 21st June 2015)

Titan Arum at RBGE - Daily Image

Growth from 11-17 June 2015:

Titan Arum Growth 11-17th June 2015

Here is the growth over 7 days;  leading to the 10th June 2015

Titan Arum Growth 3-10th June 201

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How can I see it at RBGE?

The RBGE titan arum is situated in the Lowland (Wet) Tropics House at the Glasshouses of the Edinburgh Garden. Directions on how to get to the Edinburgh Garden, a map, Glasshouse prices, opening times can be
found on the Visitor Information page or by calling 0131 248 2909.

The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is a charity (registration number SC007983)