Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Phil Stager, Jan 8, 2017.
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Blichhhhh - 35F this morning here in sunny St. Pete!
The same over on this side of the bay this morning. At least there was wind to keep frost from forming.
Wow, that is even colder than here. We stayed around 43 for the low, but very windy so the wind chill is certainly lower. I have been putting in so many new plants that I am hoping we don't get below 40. Luckily this cold weather won't last long, but who knows what we have ahead in the coming months. My crotons have been dropping plenty of leaves since the temperatures started going below 60 at night, but I know that is normal. They are also pushing new growth. Try to stay warm.
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