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    Hybrid ID Needed

    Although I've been doing my best not to buy any unknown plants lately, I couldn't help myself with this one. It came from a nursery that grows their own from open pollinated seeds from their bog garden (Chapel Hill, NC).

    I picked this one, cause it looks like two seperate seeds grew up right next to each other.
    I haven't seperated them yet, but plan on doing so soon.




    I have a few guesses as to what they might be, but I'm sure someone out there could make a more educated guess.

    Thanks for the help.
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    The one on the left could be a young flava and the one on the right seems to have minor in it.

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    The left one looks like flava "veined" and the right one looks kinda like S. skywatcher.

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    Isn't S. 'Skywatcher' a specific cultivar(maybe not officially named though)? If so, it would not come up as a seedling.

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    This my friends is "Skywatcher"


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    to me, it looks a flava var. ornata on the left and either alata x flava or some other alata hybrid on the right...
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