WW: Tucson Botanical Garden Butterfly Room and Rosie

WW: Tucson Botanical Garden Butterfly Room and Rosie

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Amorphophallus titanum, the corpse flower, aka Rosie was the star attraction in the butterfly room on 4/24/18 when she bloomed. By 4/25/18 she’d closed up again.  You had to be careful where you stepped because the butterflies were everywhere.  They checked you head-to-toe before you left to make sure you weren’t carrying off an unwitting passenger.  I felt like I was at the airport, lol.

 

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9 Replies to “WW: Tucson Botanical Garden Butterfly Room and Rosie”

  1. Wouldn’t it be a great world if we had to be checked for butterflies instead of weapons! Butterflies as a metaphor for contraband…hmm, have to think on this, because there’s more here. Now see what you’ve done?! Lol.

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    1. That would be so awesome! do you have any petals or butterflies on you, ma’am? it’d make a great short story. Laughing, you did it!

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    1. I thought it was pretty cool. I also think the butterflies live longer than they do in the wild because I’ve noticed a few have wings tattered around the edges which I hardly ever see in the wild.

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