Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Marie Nock, Mar 17, 2014.
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Here's a green and yellow that we found in Hawaii. Anyone recognize it?
Marie, I do not recognize it, but it looks like a great Croton to have.
Looks a lot like an unknown green and yellow I purchased from a non-descript nursery on Flamingo Rd a few years ago. Would take some pics but it's raining now - 2" so far!
I have a couple close ones but nothing i would call a match . Lukes green and gold , Golddigger , Charlemagne . That is a very nice find, i really like the yellows and Greens ..... Ill post a pic shortly
First 3 are Charlemagne ,4 is Lukes green and gold , 5 and 6 are Golddigger ,7 and 8 is a 2 yr old Charlemagne seedling it had 3 seeds only one made it . They are the closest i have . you have a keeper .....
...and to add to the merriment and confusion here's some pics of un-named green and yellows in the yard here. A few have been offered at some recent meetings. The one that is similar to Eleanor Fischer is a prolific seedling producer.
I hadn't considered that but Yellow Columbiana is a real possibility. They grow Columbiana where we got it and the leaf shape is right. Leaf size is not the same but the plant is still small. Good eye!
Phil number seven looks very close to Delaware in Dr. Browns book. Look at page 46. Let me know what you think.
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