“Type Q, 2-1/2" x 7", - Generally one side lobe is pointed and the other rounded. Ground color is bright green. Generally the midrib is irregularly margined yellow and leaf dotted and splashed yellow. A very effective oak leaf. Never shows any red traits.” REF: Paper prepared by Wm. A. Geiger in collaboration with Mr. Christian of the Christian Nursery, Mr. Van der Lean and Mr. George L. Peacock. p.13. “Rather small, brilliant yellow leaves of oak leaf type.” REF: Reasoner's Tropical Nurseries inc, croton listing. Group 1, Common Varieties, p.2. NOTE: For some additional interesting reading and WIKI FORUM banter entitled “IS IT PHILADELPHIA?” and posted by CRAZY FOR CROTONS...please ctrl+click on the link below: http://www.palmpedia.net/forum/showthread.php?786-Is-it-Philadelphia&highlight=PHILADELPHIA Fotos #1 thru #4…closeups for Ann . The PHILADELPHIAS I normally run into in my “wanderings in-country” will also often display a red to purplish petiole.