Any I.D. Idea?

Discussion in 'NAME THAT CROTON' started by Foreverlad, Jun 30, 2015.

  1. Foreverlad

    Foreverlad Member

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    Hi everyone, was recently bit by the Croton bug and have been purchasing every variety I could find. I bought two of these plants in May, listed only as "Oak Leaf". The colors were almost non-existent at the time, but they're slowly developing a a palette of color under high-light outdoor conditions.

    I wouldn't expect them to be anything exotic. There isn't much available in North Pinellas County, but I'm having a hard time pinning down what they might be in the wiki.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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  2. Foreverlad

    Foreverlad Member

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    Meant to add, my best guess at this point is Gloriosa Superba, but being a newbie, I wouldn't trust my own eyes ;)
     

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