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    It looks like an areolata to me.or it could be aleuc flava X.
    Every seed that you plant ,doesn't sprout.
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    the first plant is probably a purpurea ssp venosa as suggested already.

    where did you buy these plants? the best person to ask is the perso you bought them off, it is almost impossible to be sure of identification of hybrids just by looking at pictures. If you want to be sure of identification then be sure to buy labelled plants from a bone fide grower in the first place!!

    you can get a good idea if you know what the main importers /growers have in stock, those that supply the garden centres. here in the UK for example you will not commonly find 'Judith Hindle' for sale, only from other private growers. However you will get 'Juthatip Soper' as it is mass produced in Holland and imported in significant numbers. Other complex leuco hybrids available are usually leuco x rubra backcrosses.
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    I'll just add on the fact that the purp is S. purpurea ssp. venosa because it's fuzzy, while the northern form is relatively smooth, with only some hairs.

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    That second plant is definitely not a Judith Hindle or Dana's Delight. It looks like a readii (rubra x leucophylla) or areolata (alata x leucophylla). The same goes for the third plant you posted. It could be either of those two. You have to grow them out more and more light would help.

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    I'm very pleased to report that both these plants have new growth. They were looking very sad when I got them, but have perked up beautifully. Must also mean they like their location on the windowsill

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    Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    Will take some this weekend, but here's one where you can see the new 'shoot' on the left




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    Looks like a white leucophylla.

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