Skunk Cabbage

Another blogger had recently brought up the topic of skunk cabbage. As I read her post it brought to mind an afternoon last spring involving very wet feet all for the sake of some photos of a group of skunk cabbage plants. I decided to look through last years files and revisit the pretty yellow flowers from last spring. They are quite eye-catching, aren’t they?

 (Please click on the images above to view them full size.)

 

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Canadian made textiles and clothing. Art. Photography. Located in Alberta & British Columbia, Canada.
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2 Responses to Skunk Cabbage

  1. oh wow Deb, thanks these are the first photos I’ve seen of it growing in it’s native habitat, I hope the feet were soon dry and warm, the thing about wet climates is you need your wellies, Frances

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