Pointed sepals. Dark, un-notched spurs.
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Spurs appeared un-notched.
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If you look at the centre and right hand flowers in your photo you can see the notches at the tips of the spurs clearly
You are quite right. Sorry to have doubted you!! Thanks for the correction and observation re the spreading veins.
I agree certainly not V. reichenbachiana (sorry Peter!)- as has been said, this species normally has unbranched veins on the lower petal, and the leaf shape is quite different - normally with acute tips to the leaves whereas these are obtuse. Could it be a hybrid - collect some pollen and see whether it's fertile - V. x bavarica is very infertile (pollen fertility about 1%). Pollen staining is fun and easy to do, but you do need a microscope.
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Lat/Lng: 50.97181, -1.90139
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