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Kelvin🐙Gawley Jul 16
Half the damn city is here to see Uncle Fester. It’s hot as heck. This city is weird and I love it.
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Souper Stella Jul 16
We got a chance to see the Corpse Flower at today! What an incredibly amazing sight! Sadly (luckily??) He had shut himself for the day, so we didn't get to catch a whiff of the stench, but he was still so awesome to see! What a tall and beautiful boy!
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David Wong Jul 17
Yesterday, while waiting in line to view , the stinky flower, a grandma introduced me to her grandchildren as a person. The young boy hugged me & said thanks for saving our world. I felt his sincerity & love but was at a loss for words…Our young are wise💚
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Melissa Fong | 方永麗 Jul 17
Yes, I waited in line for 2hrs to see . But he was closed & there was zero scent. On the bright side, I got to see some beautiful plants and birds. Kudos to for a well organized line- free water, shade & macaw visits= crowd pleaser
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prash Jul 16
I’m just going to follow ’s twitter feed for the rest of the day since I can’t make it out there
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Melissa Fong | 方永麗 Jul 17
Things I learned from visiting : 1) can really hold in its smell when not in full bloom 2) Macaws are chatty and adorable. 3) Plants are amazing. Look at the perfect veining on these leaves: Worth the 6.50$ visit.
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Sandra Thomas Jul 16
The lineup to get into to see the has grown to two hours so plan accordingly if you want a whiff.
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Allison Hurst Jul 16
Long lines for a whiff of the Corpse Flower at . Hundreds have been coming since it opened at 7am. And yes - it does smell bad.
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Allison Hurst Jul 16
Vancouver’s corpse flower has bloomed, and it’s living up to it’s name.
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jocelyn wong Jul 16
Seriously considering the possibility of bribing my way to the front of the lineup at the using a box of freezies. I'm coming for you.
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John Coupar Jul 20
Great recap of rise to fame written by Vicky Earle one of the founding members now board member who has worked tirelessly to save refurbish& promote the Bloedel Consrvatory since 2009
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sheila mary roberts Jul 20
When i see him i see the only difference being uncle Fester is quite Human 🤣
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John Coupar Jul 19
That’s fantastic news ! delivers 17000 guests to the Bloedel Conservatory wow seems is important to & it’s visitors
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Kazuki Jul 17
Replying to @BloedelConserv
Happy to tell you that I got to see at (7:40am) He was standing strong still! 💪🏼 but no smell 😅 So glad to see him😄
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Standing in line to see at ? Read up on why smelling like death has its perks for the corpse flower
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Patrick O'Connor Jul 16
Think about it: Without the Bloedel Conservatory there would be no . And without there would be no Bloedel Conservatory. I think that makes John 's great uncle at the very least. 😀👍 And don't forget the equally popular Queen E Zipline.
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marion juhasz Jul 16
Waited 1.5 hrs at to see today. Not fully open during the day & no smell. But incredible all the same
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