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Mutant Flowers

Q: This is the plant I am trying to identify. L.R., Victoria

A: What you have is a mutant sunflower or black-eyed Susan. I kinda like it. If you could figure a way to reproduce it for commercial sales, you might make some big bucks. A virus probably caused the deformity. Maybe someone can give us more input. Thanks for sharing this.

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