Your #5 Noid reminds me a lot of Footloose that I have growing in my garden. Here's the description.
- FOOTLOOSE (Schreiner, R. 1993). Sdlg. Z 549-D. TB, 36" (91 cm), VE.
S. white (RHS 155D) ground stitched violet; F. white ground stitched purple (78A); beards yellow; ruffled. Eagle's Flight X Cinnamon Girl. Schreiner 1993. HM 95, AM 99 ( Schreiners)
It is a really early bloomer. Almost always one of the first to open up of my tall bearded. If that is the case with you, this could be your baby. I'll attach a photo of my Footloose from earlier this year. The colors are a little more vivid but that might be because of the fresh infusion of nutrients from the alfalfa I added last winter, in addition to the normal bone meal.
Hope this helps.
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