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Name: Ruud
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Dec 11, 2015 12:07 PM CST
This doen not look like an R. auriculata to me, the leaves are too broad. Compare with the foto from treehugger. It is not R. purpurea either but looks like a crossing between them.

Name: Rob Duval
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from the way this photo is shot, I can not see enough of the leaves to determine. I know that the botanical garden the photo was taken at have listed both R. purpurea and R. auriculata as having been on display there, but other than that I'm unsure.

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