Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Kingdavid, Jan 29, 2015.
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Prince of Orange
David, great Prince of Orange. Tough cookie too, if it looks this good after your low temperatures. Thanks for posting.
The ones under the old oaks did fine , just the ones in the back look horrible
On the positive side, you now know for sure where your cold spots are in the garden. Make mental note to move plants in the future when it is certain that the temps are going to be in the range you experienced. Sometimes just a degree or two makes all the difference in the world.
You are spot on . Next year will be different
Blotching Rex ......
We can start the old Irene Kingsley / Satan debate all over again. Looks like a very bright IK to me.
Bravo with Bravo sport need it to get bigger to do a cutting ...
Update pic the plant just does not look like the Irene Kingsleys i have ... Hell of a lot redder and bigger
More great plants. I don't know why I did not buy one of these Yellow Stoplights when I was down at Wilton Manor. I will need to pick one up next time I see you. I got most of my plants in the ground and am still finding spots in the garden for more.
David - For someone who got some pretty cold temps, your stuff is looking very nice. Very healthy vigorous plants often recover quickly
All the plants that were under the canopy did well . I had 20 or 30 that didnt fare as well , but they are already getting tons of shoots ..
Ice aint nice ....
Royal Flush .....
M F K
Your Stoplight puts mine to shame. I may need to get another one and put it in more sun to get those colors. I always enjoy seeing your photos. I am looking forward to coming down to visit soon. I will try to get the rest of my plants in the ground this weekend, so I will be ready to come and buy another batch. Glad you are so close. I also want to get advice on propagating my crotons, so I have something to offer at the next auction.
4 yr old Seedling Golddiger
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Thomas Edison .Helen Edge
White Ann Rutherford
One of my all time favorites....Cascade
NOID but it sure is a .. SUPER RED .....
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