What Is It?
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If you recognize any of these flowers and know their name(s), please make a note of the number over the flower and email me at webmistress AT sunnisan DOT com


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It may be wild, but likely domestic.
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Found along the Klamath Wingwatchers Trail by Lake Ewauna.
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(Wild)

Found in the overflow ditch along Highway 97 by the Klamath Wildlife Reserve.
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Boggy, loamy, springy soil that's been drained about 6-8 weeks.
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Bloom in July/August. I caught the plant in August just after it had set its seed pods.
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Sure does look like a mint of some kind.
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This is the same plant in September.
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lycopusrubellus-stalkedwaterhorehound ?
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