Feeling a little stupid right now
I ordered some Stella D'Oros and some Siloam Double Classics, which showed up here in the dreadful heat of August (which kept going right through September). Not wanting to plant them in the 100+ degree heat, I heeled them into pots and put them in the shade. They look great, very healthy, but I guess the heat must have gotten to me, because I forgot to label which was which. (I know, I know.)
I'm thinking that in theory, the Stellas are shorter than the Siloams, so their leaves should be narrower and smaller, right? (And in theory, bumblebees can't fly.) Any help you can give me about how to tell the two apart would be most appreciated.