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Hello friends!

Does anyone know what this noid is?

It was growing over on the west side of the state, in my sister-in-law's garden.

The *insides* of the standards on many of the flowers have the same purple marks as the falls.

The first photo is of a normal flower, the other 2 are ones with markings.


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