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#1 alanbower

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Posted 30 May 2012 - 21:40 PM

These are now just coming out of dormancy ....TINY baby seedlings last year...this year have some form to them....any one able to help me id them!!?

Cheers in advance...know it's difficult as so small.....

#2 Miloslav Macháček

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Posted 31 May 2012 - 02:18 AM

Are they all temperate species? If so the second one looks definitely like D. rotundifolia...

If not I'd say for the first one D. capensis "White flower"...but if it's temperate it would be wierd white-tentacle D. anglica :smile:

And the third one (if it's temperate species) could by D. intermedia or hybrid of it.

So if you are not totally sure with temperate/(sub)tropical "origin" of plants ti would be probably best to wait untill they'll grow bigger :smile: