(for some reason the autofocus picked up the background)
The skunk cabbage is now 22.86 centimeters tall.
The skunk cabbage has grown is now 21.844 centimeters high. It has begun to open up and sprout. It has also gotten larger than my last visit.
I discovered a new plant in my plot to measure that is a skunk cabbage. The cabbage is 11.684 centimeters.
It is the plant with the big leaves, and was in a saturated area of a swamp forest. Some plants had black fruits at the base.
Herbaceous plant with parallel venaion and large green leaves stemming basally. Plant is monocotolyden. Leaves were around 50 cm long and 35 cm wide. Around 18 leaves on the plant. No flowers present yet
Eastern Skunk Cabbage, Clumpfoot Cabbage, Foetid Pothos, Meadow Cabbage, Polecat Weed, Skunk Cabbage, or Swamp Cabbage (Symplocarpus foetidus), commonly known as simply Skunk Cabbage, is a low growing, foul smelling plant that prefers wetlands. Native to eastern North America, it ranges from Nova Scotia and southern Quebec west to Minnesota, and south to North Carolina and Tennessee. It is protected as endangered in Tennessee.