A Passion for Trilliums
L. Scott Ranger
ranger at america.net
Thu Oct 23 06:58:02 EST 1997
> They have a wonderful perfume too, a fact I only discovered because I
> spend time crawling around the woods on my hands and knees.
> The next time you see a trillium, stick your nose in it.
> -- Larry
Have you smelled the common Trillium erectum, often called "Stinking
Willy?" It's something like a wet dog smell!
Have you smelled a Trillium luteum about a week past anthesis? It smells
like gym socks!
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