There are some Voodoo Lilies, (Amorphophallus bulbifer) growing in our garden.
They are native plants from the Indian subcontinent.
One member of the genus, (A. titanum) has the world's largest inflorescence. A flower 2 metres high and more than 1 metre wide.
The flower spike emerges from the ground following dormancy and, after opening, the flower needs to be pollinated by insects within 24 hours. It attracts them by generating an appalling stench of rotting flesh.
These photos were taken over a 4 week time frame.