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Plant ID - originally thinking Sweet Cicely then Dwarf Ginseng

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Came across this plant during a walk today. Took the picture of it to help me identify it. I thought originally it was Sweet Cicely, but the leaves didn't look right. Dug through a local wildflower identification book, and then was thinking Dwarf Ginseng...but again the leaves don't look right...flower is striking. Anyone?
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The flower doesn't look like sweet cicely.
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This is sweet cicely - the flower looks quite different to your plant.

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