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Purple Passion a Wild Beauty

This was. Taken a few weeks ago. This flower has grown along with the wild grass on the vacant lot next to ours. There are a lot of wild plants that’s been growing there, actually. Now that it started raining again, I am expecting to see more in the coming days.

This flower may be wild, but I think it is quite beautiful. A wild beauty, I say.

I never knew the name of this flower actually… Until I used a technology that’s already on my phone.

I have used the same technology to identify different species of insects.

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  1. This is Passionflower. They come from North America, South America, Australia. More than 500 species are known. Several Latin American countries are arguing for the homeland of the passion flower – Argentina, Brazil and Peru. There the density of wild vines of this genus is greatest. Catholic missionaries in South America are considered the godfathers of the flower of passion. The name comes from the Spanish “pasión” – “passion flower”, as the missionaries called it in honor of the Passion of Christ

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