Today's photos are from Carol Binns in Smyrna, Georgia. Carol says, "These are photos of my voodoo lily. It is of the genus Amorphophallus and in the Arum family, but I am not sure of the species. When I moved several years ago, I dug up and brought some of the bulbs with me. I left some to be a stinky suprise for the new owners of my house. By the way, that is my cat, Penny, in the picture. She doesn't seem to mind the smell." Ha!! I wonder what the new owners thought of both the smell and the look of your garden-warming gifts! So funny, Carol. Voodoo lilies are fascinating. Thanks for sharing yours.

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