Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by ScotTi, Aug 29, 2011.
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but its a Croton.
O-Kaaaa, so what are you showing us? You mean the croton leaves emerged off a flower spike?
No - more like the bracts on one of those pink poinsettias
Just don't try to remove it from the plant because it has no chlorophyll and will cease to exist. I have a couple of these "sports" on different plants and have had seedlings that almost immediately took to this trait and killed themselves. Enjoy it where it is and it will continue to grow. What plant is it on anyway? Chris
Chris, The plant is a AFD-7.
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