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Ferraria divaricata flower
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This pretty flower is special to the observer once its surprisingly ornate design is inspected closely. In nature it blends into its habitat unconspicuously with flowers that are mostly cream, brown or beige. The smell is not so wonderful either. Most Ferraria species attract flies, whilst some are serviced by wasps for pollination. The Ferrarias are related to the Moraea genus.