DENVER, CO - AUGUST 19: Denver Botanic Gardens patrons Melissa Dulcey, left, and Bob Davey take photograph the Corpse Flower, Amorphophallus titanium, after waiting three-hours August 19, 2015. The pungent flower blooms after 8 to 20 years of vegetative growth and lasts for up to 48-hours. Thousands waited in line for hours to get a glimpse, smell and have their picture taken close to it. Folks can view the flower until midnight Wednesday and 6 a.m. until  midnight Thursday and regular hours on Friday from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. (Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post via Getty Images)