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I do not think you can be absolute about the hybrid If you can How? There are many potential hybrids Instinctively you may be right
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The hybrid is certainly more common than M. luteus, so I think cabbageleek's ID is reasonable.
I can't be sure at all, I've just made some educated guesses and compared the pictures to descriptions in the New Flora. I would really like some close-ups of the flower stalk to see glandular hairs and I'd like to know if the capsuals are expanding.
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