Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by JoseLopez, Jan 22, 2016.
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Herringbone is a croton that I enjoy the color and the oval shaped leaves.
Just checked the Croton Wiki and no pics of Herringbone. The few I've seen look just like a pink Fishbone with real 'boney' central midribs. Yours is a nice looking plant but looks a bit confused yet - but then it's a croton.
Yes tomorrow I will take a picture of the mother plant
Here is mine that I won at auction in fall. Judy Glock's plant.
Hi Brenda I think is the same with diferent light soil and condition
Ok this is the mother plant
Yes, mine will be getting more sun in the coming months. I see hints of coloring now. It went in the ground in nov.
Excellent try to use a good fertilyzer too!
Bren, your Herringbone is not from me! Possibly from Jeff!
Really? I could have sworn your name was floated with this plant. Well, thanks Jeff! I love it!!
Nice and to think this was almost in my yard.
Here's mine. It's been looking pretty good lately.
Awesome herringbone, Tim!
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