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Skunk cabbage

Lysichiton americanus

Habitat:

By a stream in a garden

Notes:

Sheffield Park East Sussex


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3 Comments

AngelChandler
AngelChandler 4 years ago

Very cool. I bet that area will look super-lush when all the leaves are fully developed. I also added a picture to mine showing the flowers in full bloom. They are the least impressive flowers I have ever seen but no one ever sees them that closely anyway other than the insects that pollinate them. ;)

Isabela
Isabela 4 years ago

Thank you Angel. I've added another photo of the hábitat and place where I took them.

AngelChandler
AngelChandler 4 years ago

These grow wild here where I live and the animals are browsing the vegetation right now (yuck). I just uploaded a picture of one of this season's first blooms. Very excited! I did not know they grew in the UK but should have guessed. The environments are similar.

Lewes, England, United Kingdom

Lat: 51.00, Long: 0.01

Spotted on Aug 22, 2010
Submitted on Aug 22, 2010

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