Hey, this might be a good time for all of us to post which crotons made it through this all-be-it pretty mild winter with flying colors and which wimped out and dropped quite a few leaves. For me, the lowest temp in my yard this winter was 37. I also had a 38 or two and maybe a dozen mornings in the low 40's. No freezes, frosts. Not a lot of consecutive cold days. It was a pretty mild winter overall. I think milder than average, but not as mild as last winter. Here are my lists: From wimpiest to moderately wimpy: Wimpiest: Robert Halgrim and Ram's Horn were tied for the wimpiest by far of all. Significant leaf drop to affect the overall look of the plant. Monarch (annoyingly wimpy as it regularly lost old, huge leaves that had a lot of life left in them) Applause-my plant is small, and got smaller as about 33% leaves fell off. More wimpy than average, but not so much to affect the plant look a lot: Doris Rudy Bachman Commotion Yellow Iceton I'll put interruptum here, but really not as affected as the above. Perhaps more leaves dropped, but the leaves are thin, so the overall look wasn't affected. Tough as nails: Thea-delicate look, but didn't drop a leaf. Was newly planted last fall. I wish I would've taken Ricky up on his offer of a cutting a while back so I could try it in a different spot. Love this beautiful plant! Quirko Rubens Stewartii Mackenzie Magnificent Wilma Red Quill Irresistible Cutler's Gulfstream White Ann Rutherford Davis 1 Mrs. Iceton William Craig General Marshall Mona Lisa The rest did fine, losing a couple or a few leaves here and there, not affecting the overall look of the plant. Hey, please post your experience. Scott, I started this thread so as not to hijack yours, and to have key words in the title if anyone wants to look up this topic on search. I see that Duke of Windsor and Irresistible are on your list of ones that were cold-hardy winners? Any others that do well in your yard? You and Ray seem to be in the coldest areas of those that post here. Maybe Central Floridave, but I haven't seen him posting in a while. Seems like David King gets down in temp pretty far. All of you guys, what is your experience? It would be helpful to many-namely me. Phil, do you think you're a bit warmer than me? What else is a wimp in your yard besides interruptum?