Was out on the south side of Roman Nose Mt this weekend and saw a patch of skunk Cabbage.
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Blue Moonrise and Hood 07-31-2015
HodagWriter says ... on Wednesday, Mar 14 at 10:07 AM
I just heard on NPR last week Skunk Cabbage is a rare plant indeed, one that can create its own heat! 36 degrees they said; I can't verify that, but suspect it might be right; above the freezing point. So cool, so stinky. What do vegans think?
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