I'll stop going on and on about it now. But I want you to know that I'm still going to be raving about it inside.
*Added note about 20 minutes later, after I found out some info about this plant from the internets- check this out. It's not incredibly flattering. Especially the parts that talk about how the flower resembles "a small dead animal" which explains why it's sometimes called the "carrion plant" and that it can often "fill a room with the smell of death". Oh yeah, and they attract flies - you know, because of the stench and resemblance to a small dead animal. lovely. mine, for the record, does not seem to have filled the kitchen with the smell of death. I think I'd notice that. But I am going to go stick my nose in it to see if it stinks up close. I still love you carrion plant!