There's a new Bronx (Stink) Bomber! Lehman College's Teaching and Research Greenhouses have grown an amorphophallus titanium [sic] plant (more colloquially known as the corpse flower because it smells like rotting flesh) and it will bloom by Monday night. The flower usually takes 10-20 years to grow in nature, but with nutrients from greenhouse workers, the Bronx corpse flower has been growing three inches a day!

Here's the webcam of the flower. The flower is named "Big Mozy," after the University of Wisconsin Botany Greenhouses and Botanical Gardens director Mohammad Fayyaz who donated the plant's seeds to Lehman. Last year, a corpse flower bloomed at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.