Corpse Flower Tuesday with Morty: Stinky, with partly blooming leaves By Julianna Sebastian & Marian Hetherly • Jun 12, 2018 Julianna Sebastian / WBFO News An open window still exists to see - and smell - the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens' stinkiest flower. Hold nose before reading: Morty the corpse flower is back By Mark Scott & Marian Hetherly • May 30, 2018 Ashley Hirtzel / WBFO News The Botanical Garden's stinky flower is starting to bloom. Morty, the so-called corpse flower, last bloomed four years ago. It usually does so once every 6-10 years. Morty breaks attendance records at Botanical Gardens By Ashley Hirtzel • Aug 11, 2014 Ashley Hirtzel / WBFO A record number of visitors flocked to the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens this weekend for the blossoming of the "corpse flower" Morty. Smelly 'corpse flower' blooms at Botanical Gardens By Ashley Hirtzel • Aug 8, 2014 Ashley Hirtzel / WBFO Morty the Corpse Flower has bloomed. The rare flower that smells like rotting flesh or hot garbage is on display at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens Friday.