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Take a study break in the Conservatory

Titan arum

Need to recharge your batteries? Get a little plant fix?

Stop by the Liberty Hyde Bailey Conservatory for a study break.

It’s free and open to the public from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays.

With the longer days, many of the plants are pumping out flowers.

Carolus — one of our two flowering-sized Titan arums (pictured towering above the Conservatory’s rafters) — has just about fully leafed out in its vegetative stage just inside the north entrance from the Plant Science building.

And the cacti, succulents and carnivorous plants are always worth checking out.

The Victoria lily in the Palm House continues to pump out blooms.

The Victoria lily in the Palm House continues to pump out blooms.

Passiflora spp. in the Student House.

Passiflora spp. in the Student House.

Bougainvillea spectabilis in the Student House.

Bougainvillea spectabilis in the Student House.

Pachystachys lutea, also known by the common names golden shrimp plant and lollipop plant in the Student House.

Pachystachys lutea, also known by the common names golden shrimp plant and lollipop plant in the Student House.

Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station (CUAES)  greenhouse staff raise Carolus's pot so that it's leaf can open above the rafters.

Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station (CUAES) greenhouse staff raise Carolus’s pot so that it’s leaf can open above the rafters. View time-lapse.

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