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    Intermedia????

    I got some spatulata seeds last year. They all grow up nice. I noticed that one of them was very diferent in the way it was growing so i separate it from the rest. It flowered while i was at work so i didn't see them. It's in a 2'' pot. Thanx for any help on id!






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    Looks like Rotundifolia. Intermedia has more spoon shaped leaves and produces a stem


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    I'm pretty sure it's not D. intermedia or D. rotundifolia. It could be a hybrid of the two, or something else. It looks like a hybrid of something.

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    Yes, i know it's not rotundifolia....but it might be a form of intermedia (in case you guys forgot there is more than one form). it flowered relatively fast and the stalk had 2 white flowers....like i said, i didn't see them open ...i was at work.
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    Could it be D. capillaris x intermedia or just D. capillaris?
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    it's a possibility
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    Looks like D. capillaris to me from the hairs on the petioles and bristles on the stipules. D. intermedia does not have hairs on the petioles.

    What color are the flowers? Pink = D. capillaris or D. rotundifolia. White = D. rotundifolia or D. intermedia. The shape of the seeds will tell for sure unless it's a hybrid.
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    No seeds! It's possible for the flowers to be a light pink or white. What was surprising about this dew was the size of it when it flowered...about 1/2'' in height...realy small!! The one that you guys see it's about 6-7 months and is 1'' high and 1,5'' in diameter...still very small. Grown in full sun. I'm thinking capilaris too! Thanks for the precise info, NaN!
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