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Published on Sep 8, 2013
Filmmaker Darryl Saffer recounts his early days at Selby Gardens filming a time lapse of a giant plant that smells like rotting flesh. This experience changed his perspective on the botanical world and introduced him to the scientists working with these amazing life forms. In this episode, Darryl shows the archival film of the Amorphophallus titanium and discusses career influences with Bruce Holst, Directer of Botany at Selby Gardens.