Anyone know where/when "Mrs. Snyder's" was added to the name? I can find 'Disraeli' in books all the way back to the 1870's but cannot find anything on 'Mrs. Snyder's Disraeli'. It seems 'Disraeli' originated in Sydney, Australia... From the The Gardener's Monthly and Horticulturist, Volume 20 1878: Croton Disraeli ... For the introduction of the present pretty kind, which has been named after the celebrated English Premier, Europe is indebted to Messrs. Jas. Veitch & Sons, of Chelsea, England, who give the following description of it: "We are indebted to the kindness of A.H.C. Macafee, Esq., of Sidney, N.S.W., for this most distinct addition to this popular class of foliage plants. It possesses a new feature of great interest in the trilobate form of its leaves, the middle lobe being greatly elongated, with a broader expansion near the extremity; the two lateral ones comparatively short, of unequal size and length, and expanding from the mid-rib at about one-third of its length from the base. The coloring of the foliage is rich and varied. In the newer leaves the mid-rib and margin are of a light yellow with the light green blade blotched and marked with the same color; as the foliage becomes older the yellow subsides to a bright orange yellow, the marginal line becoming more defined, and the markings enlarged; in the mature leaves the margin is a bright scarlet, and the mid-rib is striped by a band of the same bright color; between two lines of a deep golden yellow, and the blotchings and markings a rich orange yellow upon a deep green ground."