Today, I visited this plant twice – once in the afternoon at around 2.30pm and then later in the evening at around 8pm. It has been more than two weeks since the first time I set eyes on this unusual plant that emits a foul smell when it flowers. In previous visits, the plant was the centrepiece in the Visitor Centre of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Today, it has been shifted to the side to make space for a huge artificial Christmas tree. It looked like even the Garden has lost interest in this plant.