Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by palmisland, Feb 24, 2011.
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This one had a Redfoot tag, but is it??? It's really a slow grower. mmmmmmm?
Randy - mine is on the slowish side as well. I think as its root sytem gets fully developed it will pick-up speed. According to Dr. Frank Brown, it takes three years for a croton to establish itself.
My experience is that it grows about the same speed as a Commotion. I do have other crotons much slower tha Red Foot.
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