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Hello everybody,

I always read the forum and it's very helpful for me! This is my first post and it's to ask for a big favor...

 

Can anyone help me to identify these flowers? The second looks similar to salvia, but I'm not sure, the head looks strange to me

Thank you very much!!

 

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anyone...?

thank you!!  :)

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I don't know  what they are but I think you should provide some information about where the pictures were taken to assist identification.

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J0DGWP is Acanthus mollis.  J0DGW5 I can't tell.  There isn't really enough detail in the small shots to ID. Could be a Salvia but might be Teucrium or a Lobelia.  Is it a wild or cultivated plant? If wild, where was it taken?

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Thank you very much! Sorry I didn't provide the place.

 

They were taken in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In the botanical garden, but there was no id sign.

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J0DGWP is Acanthus mollis.  J0DGW5 I can't tell.  There isn't really enough detail in the small shots to ID. Could be a Salvia but might be Teucrium or a Lobelia.  Is it a wild or cultivated plant? If wild, where was it taken?

 

Thank you very much for your help! They were in Buenos Aires botanical garden, Argentina. 

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