Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by ScotTi, Jun 7, 2010.
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Here are pics of the Crotons that took a beating after the Winter of 2009-2010.
more new leaves flushing....
more of the living...
It's just a matter of time. And I don't know about you guys over in your area, but it's getting real hot these days and were getting some nice rains in the late afternoon and evenings. All of mine are pushing bigger, brighter new leaves. But glad to see their flushing out.
They may have taken a beating but it looks like they kept on ticking! Glad to hear it.
Great News Scott.
I wonder how Keith Hanks collection is fairing?
After the winter the Croton Patch is back. Fresh mulch, new growth and some new plants give it life again.
Just a little time needed. On the did not make it and now missing from the garden are Pie Crust, Zanzibar, Madaum Butterfly, Charles Rutherford and Yellow Iceton.
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