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    You got me, looks like a sea anemone. But I'm going to maintain my dignity and say it must be a southern flower I'm not familiar with...
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    Is it a Dahlia?
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    onoin blossom ?
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    It's a composite flower, if it weren't so pale I'd say it was a dandelion.
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    That would be one monster dandelion!

    Are the leaves oposite or alternate?

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    Without seeing the rest of the plant I will guess? A flower of the Button Bush.
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