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Help. We have no clue

comments (1) May 4th, 2013 in gallery
Jordyn233 Jordyn233, member
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It is located in east lansing Michigan



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Lyndy_Lou writes: Hi Jorden233, your flower is a wild flower called Parrots Beak. hope the following helps the link to the website is below, happy gardening.
Wildflowers Found in Oregon

Sickletop Lousewort (Parrot's Beak)

Pedicularis racemosa - Common, midsummer, perennial, 8-20 in. Cluster of leafy, decumbent or spreading, branched, hairless stems. Leaf blade lance-shaped, undivided, saw-toothed. Flowers on upper stem with leaf-like bracts. Flowers pale pink, purplish, or white, upper lip pointing downward with long, narrow, crescent-shaped tip to 1 side resting on 3 larger lobes of lower lip. Grows in conifer forests, dry woods, slopes, at low to mid elevations. Native.

http://www.paulnoll.com/Oregon/Wildflower/plant-Lousewort-Sickletop.html Posted: 5:24 pm on June 1st
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