• Amazon is growing a massive, foul-smelling 'corpse flower' at its indoor rainforest - and it just bloomed for the first time ever

    24 days ago - By Chron

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    Amazon welcomed visitors into its headquarters over the weekend to see a rare corpse flower named Morticia in bloom.
    The 6-foot-tall plant, which is technically called a "titan arum," sits in the rainforest inside of the Spheres on Amazon's Seattle campus. The Spheres opened earlier this year, and they're intended to serve as a relaxing place for employees. But Amazon let visitors into the dome-shaped buildings over the weekend to witness an event that only happens once every seven years for the corpse flower.
    The corpse flower's name comes from the plant's dank smell, reminiscent...
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  • Amazon is growing a massive, foul-smelling 'corpse flower' at its indoor rainforest - and it just bloomed for the first time ever

    Amazon is growing a massive, foul-smelling 'corpse flower' at its indoor rainforest - and it just bloomed for the first time ever

    24 days ago - By Business Insider

    Amazon welcomed visitors into its headquarters over the weekend to see a rare corpse flower named Morticia in bloom.
    The 6-foot-tall plant, which is technically called a "titan arum," sits in t he rainforest inside of the Spheres on Amazon's Seattle campus. The Spheres opened earlier this year, and they're intended to serve as a relaxing place for employees. But Amazon let visitors into the dome-shaped buildings over the weekend to witness an event that only happens once every seven years for the corpse flower.
    The corpse flower's name comes from the plant's dank smell, reminiscent of...
    Read more ...