Connie Cutler

Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by ScotTi, Oct 27, 2013.

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  1. ScotTi

    ScotTi Esteemed Member

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    Connie Cutler (confused)

    The Wiki has no photos of Connie Cutler and in the forum search I have become more confused. If you are growing what you believe or were told is a C. Cutler please post a photo here to sort out this one.
     
  2. Bills

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    Scott the post previous are pics that were given to me as connie cutler from J Shelton 2 years ago ,I kept one and gave moose one . I can only trust that this is what they are.
     
  3. ScotTi

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    Billy, I am just stating that what has been posted in this forum about C. Cutler is all over the place. Do a search of Connie Cutler here in the forum and read the post and look at the photos. Here is a photo of Stewartii and Davids photo of C. Cutler all that I am stating is they look a lot alike. The photos Moose posted look different also.
    stewartii800px-Stewartii-Scott.jpg Billys CC073.jpg
     
  4. Bills

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    Scott Moose plant is from the same branch cutting as mine , there growing in different locations, not sure if that has affects one is in palm beach county the other Miami could be photos takers , not sure , davids plant doesn't look anything like ours .mine is growing but has not really colored up yet . we wwww
     
  5. Moose

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    Thanks Bill, you let the cat out of the bag.

    Scott - this is not a very fast croton. At least one established from a small cutting. It does not appear that either of our plants have achieved the full potential of what it could be.
     
  6. ScotTi

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    Ron, I realize that your plant and Bill's are still small and have not achieved full potential. All I am asking for is a photo of C.Cutler mature in all of its glory. Someone out there must have one or at least a photo of one. I in another post, Ray stated the photo of C.Cutler in Dr. Browns book (pg 87) was not C.Cutler. :confused:
     
  7. Kingdavid

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    My STEWARTI are much much biger and wider not even close to the plant i was picturing .Stewarti plants grow 5 times faster . The plant i took photos of look identicle to the pictures in the book on page 87 . so i hear now that picture is not correct ??? In st lucie co Stewarti are all over the place and are big , some 15 ft all colors , some are at houses that are 100 years old . The connie Cutler lookalike parent plant is at a house that is 80 years old or older .That property is loaded with Rheedi too . Current owner says its been there the entire time he has lived there over 40 years and its onle 4 ft . Guess i should get a picture of that plant . my plant was 5 years old only 2.5 ft tall Mayb there is a minature SEWARTI ????
     

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