Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by ScotTi, Jul 5, 2012.
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This little oak leaf makes a great statement in the garden.
Very nice,do you have a name on this one??
Mike, The plant name is unknown. Lee took a look at it this spring and could not name it. The plant is kinda a slow grower but branches profusely. All I can say it is a favorite of mine.
Could that be a Royal Horseguard?????
Do you think your plant is the same as this one?
Ricky, The plant you have pictured looks to have more pinks, but that may be sun conditions. My plant is in a few hours morning sun. Older leaves here...
Scott - Mine is in deep shade. Dappled morning sun. I'm hoping someone can ID it in August.
..and here's two more to add to the confusion:
First two pics are of a Disraeli type; second two resemble Cranberry
...and while taking the above pics today, this big fellow shows up in the pine tree - one big old pileated woodpecker
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