Discussion in 'CROTONS IN THE LANDSCAPE' started by annafl, Aug 18, 2014.
What are these large crotons with narrow leaves in the first two pictures??
Hi Pix...both are PICTURATUM. FOTO #1 The large croton is PICTURATUM with Kentucky in the lower right-hand corner. FOTO #2 Why this croton morphed into red I know not. When examining up-close and behind it (very little sun) I found the several flushes, that were to me, PICTURATUM.
Thank you, Robert. I believe I need Picturatum. I checked the encyclopedia: Phil and Scott grow them, so I can
Hello every one…below please see ½ dozen (6) of some landscape photos from my files for your enjoyment. These images are very typical of the manner that Costa Ricans display their crotons for the appreciation of the passerby.
01 BRAVO - SYMMETRICAL COMPOSITION
02 STEWARTII-COUNTRY GARDEN
03 MRS ICETON - SYMMETRICAL COMPOSITION
04 VEITCHII-NEIGHBORS CHATTING
05 ANDREANUM- PETRA-BRAVO in PLAZA COLONIAL
06 DAYSPRING-CURBSIDE GARDEN
Here are eight (8) more landscaping idea photos for your viewing pleasure:
07 PETRA (LFT) & KENTUCKY – CROTON GARDEN POTPOURRI
08 POSSIBLE BLK OR PURPLE BRAVO (LFT) & KENTUCKY – MULTIPLE PALM BACKROUND
09 BRILLANTISIMA aka ZANZIBAR – HUMBLE BUT APPEALING FRONT YARD GARDEN
10 PETRA DUET BORDERING THE FRONT DRIVEWAY
11 INTERESTING SIDEWALK PRESENTATION
12 LYRATUM – FRONT DOOR GARDEN
13 PETRAS & PALMS – SMALL OFFICE BUILDING ENTRANCE
14 BUDDY – GUACHIPELIN GATED COMMUNITY
The photos posted below are in order with the narrative that appears above. Ana... we need more time to make corrections because this program sometimes has a mind of it's own and throws a photo "topsy- turvy" and by the time I make the corrections the programmed time runs out !!! I suggest one hour please !
Robert, unfortunately, I don't have any control over editing time. I have a very limited number of things I can do on this forum although I have a couple more than in the other forum. I don't even know if Dean has control over editing time. It might be in the computer software? Don't know. Why don't you PM him? Maybe others feel the same way. Thanks. And thanks for the beautiful photos. Please keep adding to this thread. It is really striking to scroll down and see beautiful example after beautiful example of crotons! That Bravo is absolutely perfect. The lyratum is gorgeous! Wish I had one in my garden. The only Daysprings I've seen are in your photos and they are striking.
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