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The Alden Dow Foundation calls these “Petal Lanterns”
Oddly enough, I saw one poking up above a parapet along the twisty stretch of Lombard Street in SF in November 2016.
The lantern’s form reminds me of a flower that pops up in my lawn in very early spring, Red or purple Dead-nettle:
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