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Tuesday December 4, 2012

Melbourne, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Lovely lilac colored flower at Indian River Lagoon!

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8. Biskitten
11:40 PM GMT on December 05, 2012
Thanks much, Richteas!
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7. richteas
11:22 PM GMT on December 05, 2012
The "competition" didn't stay open long enough for me to see it.
The Pictured Plant is:
Spotted Beebalm, or Dotted Horsemint,
Botanical name: Monarda punctata, of the Lamiaceae Family
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6. Biskitten
8:39 PM GMT on December 05, 2012
Thanks, Kathy - I'd say this is it also!
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5. ChrisAnthemum
8:24 PM GMT on December 05, 2012
I think she's got it! I think she's got it!

I've seen other Monardas before, but this one looks sufficiently different that I didn't make the connection. Glad you found it, Elaine!

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4. Biskitten
5:40 PM GMT on December 05, 2012
Thank you Snezana, Kathy & Sharon - this flower may be a Spotted Bee Balm!
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3. nanapoo
4:05 PM GMT on December 05, 2012
gorgeous flower! all i know is that the spots and petals remind me of a lilly.
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2. ChrisAnthemum
3:39 AM GMT on December 05, 2012
The mottled and speckled petals are reminiscent of toad lilies (Tricyrtis), Elaine, and they do bloom this time of year there, but I've never seen one bunched up like that; generally the flowers are single in sprays. Best guess I can hazard, sorry I can't do better.

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1. snek
1:43 AM GMT on December 05, 2012
How lovely and unusual! I do not know the name of that flower, but I see that is the real exotic beauty :-) Wonderful shot!
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