I live in South Louisiana. I saw in a recent local paper a picture of Correll's false dragonhead and the small caption under the picture states that this flower is rare and hard to find. I took some pictures of a flower in my yard that look very similar to the Correll false dragonhead. At first I thought the previous owner may have planted this particular flower. When I called her to inquire about it, she states she did not purchase nor plant this particular flower. I guess I am just wondering if this flower is hard to find and how can I get it identified. Thank You.
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