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I live in Ohio and took these pictures of this plant today. It has been blooming for the last couple of weeks. It is in a back alley and it looks like an alien pod with leaves. The blooms were very pretty and the honey bees loved it. Any ideas?




 
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Daniel I think your right! I have been dying to find out what this was. Thanks for the reply!!
 
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