lovely grove of skunk cabbage in full bloom in flooded cedar-hemlock grove just off rail-trail along Bonanza Creek
- simple whorled penni-nerved;
- distinct unpleasant odor.
In a streambed
Large bright green oval shaped leaves. Leaves have large veins protruding out of the spine. Pungent smell similar to that of a skunk.Flowers is large and has yellow flowers.
growing in stream and along edges
many plants, growing in wet area with flowing water, below road 706, east of Sunshine Point
AKA Swamp Lantern
Many plants sprouting and flowering in a marshy area . Surrounded by red huckleberries, yellow cedar and various ferns outside the water.
Lysichiton is a genus in the family Araceae. These plants are known commonly as skunk cabbage or less often as swamp lantern. The spelling Lysichitum is also found. The genus has two species, one found in north-east Asia, the other in north-west America.