Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Jerry Shilling, Jan 4, 2013.
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Jerry, I'm so glad you started posting pictures. Your plants are fabulous!
Love the Flamingo. Thanks for posting.
Wow,those pics look great
Great pics!! A delight to see what well-grown crotons look like. Your tropical climate cetrtainly helps when compared to our semi-tropical central FL climate.
Jerry, I thought you live in the keys, that place looks much more tropical!
I came, I saw and I enjoyed...very, very nice, THX !
Agreed, very pretty. I like the pavers. One of these days I'm gonna do my whole yard with pavers.
A nice selection of palms, Jerry. Lol. I look forward to my visit soon!
WOW ! Very nice whens the croton tour heading to the keys.
Thanks Jerry! My wife just checked out this thread and now wants to know why our garden does not look like Bren & Jerry's?
Thanks Jerry! Your garden looks great, please feel free to post more.
When we having a "croton crawl" in the keys....Jim & Judy's...Bren & Jerry's. Maybe a pub in between.
I am all in, might even pony up for the first round at the waterin hole for a live look at the conch croton heaven
I couldn't agree more! But....I must admit, I'll be down there the first weekend of Febuary for my annual palm sale. I look forward to visiting both of these incredibly, beautiful gardens. I'll try to get some pictures.
Thank you for the kind words. I still have a lot of work to do. Needless to say, please drop in when your down this way.
A few more views around the garden
Wow, what can I say but wow! Magnificent job Jerry.
In my opinion...EXEMPLARY and WORTHY OF IMITATION. So many beautiful and well kept CROTON cultivars, gardening ideas and the tremendous effort invested are quite evident. All I can say is "SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS" and I second Palmisland's motion...WOW !!!
Beautiful place Jerry. I've got to get down there. Croton tour!
Wow - combining palms and colorful crotons together in the landscape is such a winner. Stepping out on the veranda with that gorgeous tropical ambiance must be very soothing.
I SOOO look forward to my visit this weekend. Good food and tropical drinks in hand, great host ( the Shillings and Glocks ), and two of the most beautiful collections of crotons in all of Florida. Now, if I can only sell a few palms at the same time, the trip will be complete. Lol!
Jeff - Hopefully you will bring that new fangled camera you got for Christmas! The last time you posted a photo on this forum, Duncan Macaw and Johannis were a newly introduced cultivars.
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