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I have this in my garden - it's the seed bag of Ascelepias physocarpa. Known casually as 'Bishops Balls' The flower is small, white and insignificant. Mostly grown for the balls. Althought it looks thorny, it is not so - infact very soft to the touch. (apparently according to the internet, also known as balloon plant and swan plant but I have never heard it called that)
Nice shot Camellia. I wonder what it is as it don't really look like a flower.