Thanks for that, and I am sure that I am not going to eat anything that smells that strongly.Amorphophallus konjac, an aroid. Originally from China/Japan. Tuber is edible. Leaf follows after flower. In the UK I keep in cold greenhouse, flowers currently developing. Have one outside in warm border not sure how it will do.
I sincerely hope it is not outside your kitchen window. I have literally had years go by thinking there was a dead squirrel on the property and it was the voodoo lilies my sweetie planted because they appear interesting. If my confidence in my pellet rifle were higher, I might have made the nasal connection sooner. I dearly hope it has a most interesting flower, given that unlike spraying a insect spray, a bathroom spray is probably most appropriate.
I think that is the big one, the one called titanum. And its good they isolate it.Amazing! Never seen a life one in my life! People have to flock to Kew Garden to see or smell it when it's in bloom - a ticket draw!
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