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    Well I had pots of like 20-30 seedlings that I was too lazy to separate out and I sold each pot for 20 dollars.
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    I'm definitely doing this. I have like 100 rotundifolia seedlings. I just need to find a fair.

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    according to the savage garden there are 4 forms of capensis... Broadleaf (typical), narrow leaf, alba, and red, so saying that one is typical and one is broadleaf means they are the same thing...
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    i've always called narrow leaf typical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mylesG View Post
    i've always called narrow leaf typical.
    Same.

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    hmmm, well i was just reading through my copy and saw that and thought I'd chime in. Things could have changed since peter wrote that too
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    I'm sure there hasn't been a definitive culmination of D. capensis varietal input from the "experts".

    But I have always considered "narrow leaf" to be "typical", and broadleaf was a "cultivar" or something to that effect. My reasoning for believing this is that both 'alba' and 'all red' share the narrow leaf of "typical" where as broad leaf appears to have a more unique form compared to the other four.

    Furthermore there is a "giant" form, a "long petiole" form, a "hairy" form, and the ubiquitous "Baine's Kloof" which of course is not to be considered a definitive term for any one specific plant seeing as it's only a location. photo finder also shows a "plante poilue" form and a "dwarf plant" form.

    I'm sure by now there have been many more interesting varieties created from this highly prolific and easy to germinate species.
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    interesting, thats good to know. Pretty sure all of my hundreds of capensis are broadleaf then.
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