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A nursery-grown Salvia lyrata, I presume. May be native on the west Gulf Coast, but not Southeast Florida. Some plants have a basal rosette, but this one does not. Question: Are the facts above correct? Are there subspecies or varieties of S. lyrata? Any further comments on the range?

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