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Discussion in 'NAME THAT CROTON' started by Laisla, Mar 16, 2018.

  1. Laisla

    Laisla Member

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    Hi all
    I've posted some more crotons that I was hoping to have identified. I am really hoping the first one is "Stewarti" as I have heard that it is fast and cool tolerant..also that it is an old cultivar (I prefer the older ones). There is also Captain Kid and Stardust..the others I am not so sure about. Is one of these a red Mrs Iceton? Could anyone else confirm?
    Thank you
     

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  2. Native son

    Native son Esteemed Member

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    The last one Img 2973 looks a lot like Acubafolium. The first plant pictured in the Croton picture album. I M O
     
  3. keith

    keith Well-Known Member

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    to me 2975 looks like Victoria Gold Bells and 2973 maybe Gold Dust
     
  4. Native son

    Native son Esteemed Member

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    Gold Dust and Acubafolium two names same plant. Stewardii has the same leaf as your picture 2971 with multiple colors red,yellow,dark green. It is a very old plant dating to the very earliest collection.
     
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