||Moist deciduous forest
||Flowers form large flat clusters of white flowers 4-8″ wide. Individual flowers are about 1/2″ wide and have notched petals and are often larger toward the outside edges of the clusters.
||Leaves are extremely large – up to 12-18″ wide and are divided into 3 maple-leaf-like segments, each coarsely toothed and not connected to each other. Leaves are hairy on the underside.
||The stem is ridged and hollow and can be up to 2″ in diameter. When the plant is bruised or cut, it emits a very rancorous odor. Look for the large inflated leafstalk near the stem.