Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Central Floridave, Sep 3, 2011.
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...are you recieving?
Definitely looks other-worldly...
This is ground control to Major Tom - are you floating in a most peculiar way?
Here is the same plant a few months later. Its living under the shade of a lychee tree. I may transplant it into more sun to get more color. Anyone know the name of it? Mother-daughter? I have a few different interupted leaf forms.
Also, as you can see it is under a carambola as well. So, it is competing with a young 'emperor' lychee above it, and then a 'kari' starfruit above it, then a live oak above that. It lives a sheltered existence!
I'd say Appendiculatum but the yellow veining throws off that ID. It may be a seedling.
Thanks. It is not a seedling. I bought it at HD. So, it has to be something! Appendiculatum sounds correct. Thanks.
The leaf shape is Appendiculatum but that one is pure green. Yours has some yellow.
Look like James T. Kirk, Stardate 4247.3
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