Carol's voodoo lily in Georgiacomments (19) December 19th, 2012 in blogs
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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