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stinking

having an intrinsic fetid smell.

stinking elder
sambucuspubens.
stinking hellebore
helleborusfoetidus.
stinking iris
irisfoetidissima.
stinking milkvetch
astragaluspraelongus.
stinking passion flowers
passiflorafoetida.
stinking willie
seneciojacobaea.
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The Stinking Hellebore grows wild in some places in Scotland and the hills on the south side of Perth contain many large colonies of this plant - in full flower just now.
The stinking hellebore, Helleborus foetidus , is rare but still grows wild from Yorkshire southwards.
The stinking hellebore, Helleborus foetidus is rare but still grows wild from Yorkshire southwards.
On the woodland floor you can plant a tapestry of colour with Foxgloves, Dog Violets, lily of the valley, primroses, wood anemone, Crane's-bill, forget-me-nots and Stinking Hellebore.
Just as easy to grow is the Stinking Hellebore (Helleborus Feotidus), so called because it smells of sweaty socks