VANCOUVER, Wash. (KOIN) — Washington State University’s Vancouver location announced Tuesday that one of their four rare corpse flowers is expected to bloom for a second time this month.

WSU said they are expecting their ‘Titan VanCoug’ flower to bloom between Aug. 11 and Aug. 25. It was planted in 2002 and reportedly smells like a rotten corpse.

New growth was reported from the flower in early July, and by mid-July, it was 2.5 inches tall. According to WSU, it became apparent that the flower was setting a bloom, not a leaf-wider circumference and an uneven, bulging side.

By Aug. 3, the flower grew to 34 inches, and the college was able to confirm that a bloom would be coming in the near future.