Discussion in 'CROTONS IN THE LANDSCAPE' started by annafl, Aug 18, 2014.
Very Nice - That really shows why there is such a love for these plants.
Phil, is that Lucille Alonzo in photo #6? The pink? It's gorgeous.
Looks like you should have a frozen Mango Daiquiri when you saunter through that tropical wonderland.
I'd love to visit his garden again, now that I know a little more about crotons.
Anna - It's a Christian something or other (let me see if I can find it in the Croton Encyclopedia)
Phil - Christiana ? Hard to tell as mine has much more sun exposure than yours. If it is, I gotta move mine ...
Wow Phil;,I had forgotten how great your garden looks The mountain coconut is looking happy.
Whoops, it's a Connie Cutler. Give me a call to make sure I'm home whenever you want to visit.
Hi Phil,are sure about that Connie Cutler ID??Looks a little like Cornelius to me??I will show you what I have as Connie Nov 1.
I am thinking not Connie but Carmen Christian and a very nice older and mature one at that. The picture in the Wiki at Phil's of Cornelius looks very much like this picture.
A few more taken this evening around sunset as a line of rain approached (and fizzled before it got here); ran out of light before I could finish.
More, more, more! Oh my goodness, Phil, your garden looks incredible! Everything looks so full, healthy and happy. So many different colors and shapes combined beautifully! Thanks so much for posting new photos. Please post more.
Beautiful Phil...I only hope that some of my Crotons will attain the size of your cultivars but as I have mentioned in the past that because of the altitude of where I live I can only wish. Keep posting those excellent photos of your gardens for our enjoyment!
Just gorgeous Can I stop by and take a look?
Just call ahead to make sure I'm home.
Wow. just. wow.
Phil your garden is amazing - beautiful crotons and palms, looks like heaven.
I have really missed this forum - so nice to be back and see what everyone's planting.
Pixels are cheap, and since I was on the roof today to fix a small solar heater leak for the pool, here's a few more. Light cloud cover around 4pm.
Phil, I don't know how I missed these yesterday! Great pics! Great combination of palms and crotons. How tall is that beautiful Fishbone? The Bravo has amazing color and markings. That's a great clone. I love seeing my garden from different perspectives. This is a lovely bird's eye view of yours. Keep taking photos!
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