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5/01/2012

The Latin Series: F is for Foetida

Fetid, Foetida….you see where this going?  Yes, F is Foetida and it means that the plant stinks in the literal plug your nose sort of  way.

Japanese Serissa Tree indoor outdoor houseplant

But I find that it is rarely that off-putting….and I happily plant Iris Foetida and Hellebore Foetida, and I am inspired to learn more about Orobanche foetida (because it looks so cool).

What foetida plants do you stinkily enjoy?

Here are few more ideas on my F is Foetida Pinterest Board.

Image of Japanese Serissa Tree (Serissa foetida Variegata) from Ebay.

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