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Skunk cabbage rules the winter wetlands

Skunk cabbage can be found in wet areas along springs, streams and rivers throughout the Chesapeake region. In late spring and early summer, those who don’t know it by name might still recognize the distinctive colonies of low-growing plants, often 2–3 feet wide with broad, whorled leaves, and by the odor they emit when the leaves are damaged.

March 13, 2017

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