Skunk Cabbage

The holy grail of early spring.Symplocarpus foetidus, skunk cabbage, seen today in Great Swamp NWR. The only one we saw… but it’s subtle, and the place was ringing with the very distracting orgiastic songs of frogs.

More on this curious little heat engine.

April 1st or 2nd? Two years ago.

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