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This plant sent to me in the mail. It now lives in our backyard. We don't know what this flower is called -- appears to have two different blooms. Likes moist soil and partial sun. Tiny blue blossoms and big white ones. It's very cool!


Our backyard, but we aren't even sure it is an outdoor plant. We live in Texas, warm climate.


White flowers- 1 to2", blue flowers- .25"

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Texas, USA

Spotted on May 26, 2014
Submitted on May 26, 2014

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