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Pink, apparently these flowers are adapted to encourage visits by bees.
Growing wild. Roadside. By the highway. Last shot shows the tangle of vines on the ground.
Clitoria or Centrosema???
You are welcome, SukanyaDatta!! ;)
Thanks a lot SarahWhitt for sorting out my confusion. Clitoria ternatea is a much loved flower here in Bengal, India and almost all gardens have one...this one looked similar but wasn't a match...
That is really pretty!! It looks alot like sweet pea. But, you are correct, I think... it is - Centrosema virginianum - also known as: spurred butterfly pea vines...:)
Lat: 22.96, Long: 88.40
Spotted on Nov 24, 2018 Submitted on Nov 27, 2018