I have some questions I hope that this fine community can help me to address.
The first is how do I differentiate between normal S. minor and the Okee giants? The minors on my land are regularly over two feet tall, but I am not very close to the Okefenokee.
The second question I have is how do identify if my plants are anthocyanin free?
As I've mentioned in several previous posts, I have acreage that I care for; some parts of which have either overgrown or have never been properly broken and explored. As I made my way into some unbroken brush, I found a plant that I didn't previously know about. It was about two feet tall and completely lacked any red coloration.
How do I determine if this plant is special or if it is just poorly pigmented because it is growing I'm the shade?