Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Kingdavid, Aug 30, 2014.
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Wow - the variegation outlining the leaf margin is very striking !
David, the forum will have to help me on this. I've never heard of it nor seen it, and it would be a new entry, so I have to rely on others for a consensus. Thanks for posting it. Looks like a really cool plant.
I think Jose has a Red Arrow also, so I do remember the name. He had given Ricky one, but I don't remember seeing it lately.
On page 82 of the new croton book, there is a Red Arrow. However on "the" croton name correction list the correct name is Davis Compacta!
Whatever, you have a very , very nice croton, David
To be honest my Davis Com. Does not show the red border and back coloring of David's plant. It could be a variable in the Davis C. I think we should hold on judgement. It might be a new variety. Not a great pic. To bright maybe later
Was it a croton scale casualty ? I'd like to see it.
Any Red Arrow pictures out there . It cant be the only one out there ....... come out come out..
Fresh outta the mist house ..... RED ARROW ...
Mayby i should name it OUTLINE , it definitely outlines all the leaves is
Or mayby BORDER it has a nice border ....
This is the Red Arrow given to me by Jose. Not much red on the leaf margins.
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