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    Capillaris?

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    Hi guys i grow those plants from seeds, i'd like to know if they are real capillaris or some kind of spatulata. I'm little bit confused because i know there are some variant in both species. They were about 4 cm (less then 2 inches) in diameter. Thank you all!

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    Well, for once it's not D. tokaiensis. That is, however, D. spatulata (and identical to the weedy white-flowered form I grow), and looks very different from any capillaris you're ever likely to find.
    D. capillaris looks more like this, with long, eglandular petioles and distinct nearly triangular lamina (most are far more red though, this is 'Emerald's Envy').
    D. capillaris 'Emerald's Envy' by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
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    Ok thank you! I will change the label.

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