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Mystery Purple Beauty

comments (2) April 3rd, 2013 in gallery
Emilythequeen Emilythequeen, member
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This is a photo of a mystery flower in my friends Portland Oregon backyard. You can see it has three petals and six funky looking stamens. Does anyone know what this is? Click the image to enlarge.

This is a photo of a mystery flower in my friends Portland Oregon backyard. You can see it has three petals and six funky looking stamens. Does anyone know what this is?

Photo: My friend

A flower from my friend's Portland Oregon Garden. She has shown people this picture and has not been able to identify it yet. Does anyone know what kind of plant this is?



posted in: The Gallery, Purple three petal six stamen woody flower

Comments (2)

Emilythequeen writes: Thank you! Posted: 11:44 am on April 3rd
tntreeman writes: Akebia quinata here in Tennessee can become invasive and very difficult to control Posted: 4:14 am on April 3rd
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