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snail eating caterpillars and stinky red hot pokers

OK, has anyone heard about the snail eating caterpillars in Hawaii? A
friend heard about it on NPR and I haven't had time to look it up.
Sounds fascinating.

Second, same friend has Red Hot Pokers planted by her front porch.
Bloomed for the first time this year a little, just the yellow bottom
part and she said that was the only thing different that happened around
the front porch this year and it smelled like a corpse. I don't have
them, so can't say. Does anyone know if they can smell stinky or did she
probably have a corpse? She couldn't find one..................

Back to the yard!

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC 

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