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Plant ID. Cream lantern flower, Apiaceae looking leaves

 
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I have been googling all over the place but cant seem to find this plant. Lanterns look a lot like ground cherries except that inside is a little green corncob looking cluster. Short lived pale yellow or cream flowers. This volunteered on my hugel mound and is low spreading and vigorous. I harvested a bunch of seed from it but didn't want to let it go too crazy without knowing what it is. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Flower of an hour, hibiscus trionum
Flower of an hour, hibiscus trionum
 
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