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Re: link on stinky plant

I am a bit behind but   your conversation regarding stinky plants reminded me 
of a plant a gentleman gave me this past summer that he called Voodoo Lily.   
The foliage is stunning and I loved it in his garden.   He gave me a pot of 
what I think he said were bulblets that he had potted. He said they were not 
hardy for him so I left them in the pot, let the foliage die off & stored them 
in the basement under the stairs as I do my Eucomis, Sprekelia,   Zephyranthes, 
etc.   Think this was a good choice?

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