Skunk Cabbage (William O’Brien State Park)

We took a Sunday tromp through the black ash seepage swamps of William O’Brien State Park yesterday (Sunday, March 2, 2008). The skunk cabbage (Symplocarpus foetidus) flowers (spathes) have emerged along the edges of the seepage streams and will be open this week. -Jason

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