What plant is that?

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November 2017 Mystery Plant

November 2017 Mystery Plant--flowers
Photo credits: © Francis R. Underwood 2017

The mystery plant for November
has very unusual looking flowers.
The flowers are yellowish in color,
5 lobed with the 4 lobes on top
being almost identical
while the lobe on the bottom
looks entirely different. 
This lobe is quite wide and
fringed pink and white.
The leaves are opposite and toothed. 
This plant grows 2-4 feet tall. 
It is usually found in rich woods,
occasionally in seasonally wet soil and
blooms from July through September.
The leaves and flowers are said to have a citronella-like fragrance when crushed.

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what this mystery plant is.

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Congratulations to the following
for correctly identifying
last month's mystery plant.

Blue Briden
Arianna Carey
Liam Corcoran
Patrick Crabtree
Jake DeRosa
Gina Dotolo
Hannah Duval
Nancy Fullerton
Adriana Hughes
Joey Loffredo
Jessica Lord
Megan Merendino
Wendy Miller
Dylan Morris
Nicole Pelletier
Amy Penta
Chase Pestrock
Sara Semenza
Bryn Stanczuk
Kevin Stochmal
Aanchal Tewari
Molly Waite
Nikki Wowaka