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By MikeB
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They're either leucophylla or x moorei (flava x leucophylla) hybrids. I'm leaning toward the latter.

Have any of them bloomed? Leuco flowers are usually dark red, while moorei flowers are red with yellow patches.
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MikeB wrote:They're either leucophylla or x moorei (flava x leucophylla) hybrids. I'm leaning toward the latter.

Have any of them bloomed? Leuco flowers are usually dark red, while moorei flowers are red with yellow patches.
None have bloomed yet, unfortunately...

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