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Flower found in a church grave yard

Observed: 8th May 2010 By: dk947
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Description:

This was found in a part of the graveyard that isn't always mowed, so the grass is left undisturbed. The coin is a 50p piece.

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Garden plant

Depending on its habit in cultivation, and if it is not Buxton's Variety, it probably has a degree of financial value if collected and sold to a major nursery for propagation.
I can't see any leaf undoubtedly associated with the flowers, and none that look like G. wallichianum.