S. x hayekii - in general

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S. x hayekii - in general

Post by I'm the 1 on Wed Nov 09, 2011 1:09 pm

S. x hayekii was first described by G. D. Rowley in 1958.

This is a natural hybrid of S. grandiflorum and S. tectorum.

Rosettes are large, sparingly hairy, leaves have marginal hairs.

Flowers are pale yellowish purple, in size between S. tectorum and S. grandiflorum.

Known habitats:
- Breuil-Cervinia
- Epinel, Aosta valley, Italy
- Matterhorn

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