Re: "Wolverine Rotted Meat Cadavour Maggot Leavings Plant"


Rand,
Speaking of one of my favorite childhood wildflowers, does this plant
REQUIRE cold winters, or could I possibly grow it where I am now living,
in zone 10[CA]? Some places won't ship it to the west coast, could there
be an intelligent reason for this? Lack of hardiness? invasiveness? Host
for some dangereous agricultural pest?
Thanks,
Linda


Rand Nicholson wrote:
> The "Wolverine Rotted Meat Cadavour Maggot Leavings Plant" (as it is called
> by the locals here), could be a hardy winner.
> 
> Otherwise known as the North American East Coast _Symplocarpus foetidus_,



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