Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by ScotTi, Jan 2, 2011.
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Who do we credit for the GREAT PICTURES? And where were they taken?
Scott you beat me to it. I got mine last week. Great calendar. Now, for some IDs!
I havent gotten mine!
Rob, Received mine early last week. Maybe they wanted to cheer us up in the cold Tampa area. You are in for a treat.
I got mine a couple of weeks ago. Who did you piss-off Rob?
Each calendar picture is going to be framed on my office wall.
Hey! I made the cover....in east Fort Lauderdale. It was taken in June of 2009 I think.
Nothing here yet either!
None here either
My croton calendar was here when we got home last night from spending last week in the Keys. The August pic is our William Craig and the Oct. pic is our Mrs. Ethel Craig both growing in the Keys.
Mine came today & I'm June!
Randy, The June picture is a favorite of mine. I also collect Ti plants, but have not mixed them in with Crotons. I think that will change now.
Who is miss Feb?
It looks alot like a Tampa garden that got me hooked on Crotons. I do not remember the water feature in the garden, but I was dazed by the Crotons.
November is our pool deck and December was our croton Christmas tree from a few years back. If you look closely at the elf's gift you can see the imprint of a diamond engagement ring. At least she knew crotons would be part of the picture.
Happy New Year to everyone! Hope the holidays were great. To answer some questions regarding the calendar... All of the photos were taken by Lee. You can contact him for questions. His email is on the bottom of each page of the calendar. He spends hours of time selecting, cleaning up and putting together the "theme" for the calendars. There are three of us who "make it all happen". Without Lee's photos we would not have a calendar. For those interested in the process, Dianne Bennett helps with all of the editing as well as selection process and I just do the "grunt" work that entails placing them into the software program, stuffing, labeling envelopes, postage and mailing. The first batch of calendars went into the mail stream on 12/24 and the 2nd batch on 12/31 as the printer couldn't get them all done at the same time. Everyone should have theirs now if they are a current Croton Society member. If anyone still has not gotten their calendars, please call me at 813-968-9689 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
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