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Perhaps you remember my attempts to find and establish Skunk Cabbage (Symplocarpus foetidus) a couple years ago? Found a source, but apparently none of the seedlings took? Well...I was roaming the swamp yesterday, wondering when I would ever be able to get it weeded (just try weeding a swamp!) and looked up and saw... the leaves of a very healthy Skunk Cabbage!!! May it live long and prosper! Cannot wait to start monitoring the spot in early spring to see if it blooms.

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