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Mystery wildflowerPosted Monday, April 23, 2012, at 6:03 PM
Mystery wildflower needing identification
She did not remember seeing it last year which could imply it blooms every two years (biennial). The flower is about the size of a quarter and if I remember correctly it only stands about 4-5" high.
Another trait is that it only seems to last about 36 hours, then disappears into the background for another two years. Any of our native flower experts care to take a shot at it?
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