Amazon Growing Massive ‘Corpse Flowers’ That Emit a ‘Stench of Death’ in Its Greenhouses

On Monday, at Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle, hundreds of employees had the option to work inside the company’s new greenery-filled Spheres. The glass domes — pitched as tranquil office spaces in the middle of the city — can hold around 40,000 plants.

One such plant is the titan arum, commonly known as “the corpse flower” for its pungent odor reminiscent of a rotting carcass. The flowers feature massive petals and a tall stem, typically weigh 55 to 110 pounds, and give off “Little Shop of Horror” vibes…[READ MORE]

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