May 31, 2018 1:56 PM CST
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Name: Ruud
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But which? The nearest label said E, characias, but the red in the flower and pointed leaves make me doubt. By the way, look at the nice difference between the female flower (on top of the fruitbody) and the red male parts. Well separated to avoid self pollination.

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May 31, 2018 6:00 PM CST
Name: Daisy I
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It could be a subspecies of Euphorbia characias. There is at least one with red flowers.
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May 31, 2018 9:05 PM CST
Name: Leslieray Hurlburt
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Looks more like E. rigida to me. The sexual parts are very close together before the over begins to swell and it's pedicel lengthens. You can see them between the not yet red nectar gland.
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