Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by ScotTi, May 26, 2012.
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Pics from my garden...
they love the heat now...
Looking good in Scott land! Have you had much rain???
Looking good,do you have a name for the one in the 5th picture.It looks great !!
more from the garden...
a few more...
Thanks! No real problem with lack of rain here as I am on reclaimed water, and the garden never gets dry. Mother nature has been good this month with over 3.5" here in my garden.
Mike, I was told it was AFD 7.
Beautiful pictures. Post #11, 3rd picture, what is it? I like the red edge of the leaf.
Scott - your crotons looks amazing. We really need a West Coast host for our next Croton Garden tour say around Sept. I know many of us East Coasters would love to come visit Scott Land! Please tell us you are up for it.
Moose, I will entertain that idea.
I got that as a President Reagan a few years ago. I now just call it a unknown slow grower.
A few more shots of the unknown. This plant is growing in half day sun.
Here is what I have as President Reagan growing in filtered sun.
Gorgeous plants Scott!
I don't think you've answered Randy's oblivious question.
I thought I did in post #8. 3.5" so far this month/ 9.79" for the year.
Scott - are you contemplating ...
When a fish is sniffing at the bait, one must be ready to set the hook. LOL
Croton tour at Scott's this summer?? Hmmmmmmm......
Nice shots and plants. Thanks!
Scott - I don't mean to nudge but ... who am I kidding, yes I do! We need a venue to spread the croton love back on the West Coast.
You got your rain and everything should be bursting out. Most Crotonheads are into many kinds of plants and Scott Land is chock full of plants. Really want to see the Butagrus hybrids you got going. What say you?
Moose, Working fast as I can to get the garden in shape now. Still a lot of work ahead as I have alot (not Crotons) to get planted. Do you have a Butagrus? Cause this baby just may need a home.
Scott - Butia has not done well for me. I believe they need a cool January to February period to thrive. Butagrus are even more cold hardy. I think it would struggle in Moose Land, then cark. Thank you for the very generous offer however.
Now if you entered it into the auction when you host the garden tour, I believe it would draw alot of "interest". Do you have White Ann Rutherford f/k/a Island Breeze? I just potted up a large air layer with your name all over it! Be happy to deliver it when you host the tour.
Scott - don't worry so much about how your garden looks. We are our own worst critics. Often I don't appeciate what I have, only see the stuff that needs to be done. Scott Land will be a perfect venue to host a tour.
The nudging continues ...
Hey - anyone interested in seeing Scott Land in person?
When fishing, one must know the preferred forage of the targeted species. Presentation is another important factor to entice a fish to "take the hook".
The Bait: White Ann Rutherford - here fishy, fishy LOL
Scott - how does Sat. Oct. 27th sound? Toby sent me a PM that he would host a tour next year if we do your place this fall.
You did not expect the Moose to let this thread slide into oblivion.
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