Skunk cabbage, amanita, slug, trillium. Easter weekend on Southern Vancouver Island, before the high winds hit.
In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt. ~ Margaret Atwood
Tags: amanita, Easter, flowers, forest, Margaret Atwood, skunk cabbage, slug, spring, trillium, Vancouver Island
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Beautiful photo of skunk cabbage. It reminds me of my childhood. Now if you just add “smell-o-vision” to the photo!
Now, if it would stop raining in Portland long enough so I could work on my garden: http://www.flickr.com/photos/k_ate/sets/72157607290192916/
Can’t wait to smell like dirt.
Bluehaunt, I think I got a large enough dose of that smell for all of us! Kate, I love your beautiful garden, and it’s really time for the rain to stop.
I was out your way briefly in the early seventies. You folks have monster slugs. My chickens would love them.
Your chickens are welcome to them!
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