Rookie needing ID's please

Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by rpebinger, Dec 12, 2010.

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  1. rpebinger

    rpebinger Active Member

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    Location:
    Winter Haven, FL - 9A usually
    These were grouped in with a common cordyline or two in a general foilage planter from a big box. The next post will contain an identical purchase at the same time - but with what I believe to be a different species?
     

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  2. rpebinger

    rpebinger Active Member

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    104
    Location:
    Winter Haven, FL - 9A usually
    Here's the "twin purchase" of what was just posted in the previous thread:


    Both of these were 'burnt' (not sure if that's proper terminology for crotons) to the ground during January 2010 and have recovered to their current state.
     

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  3. rpebinger

    rpebinger Active Member

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    104
    Location:
    Winter Haven, FL - 9A usually
    Finally - a run of the mill variety purchased from a big box to add some color to a small island under a Phoenix canariensis centerpiece.
     

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  4. Crotonologist

    Crotonologist Active Member

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    761
    Location:
    southern Louisiana USDA 9a
    From another rookie, my guesses are:
    1. Mammy
    2. hard to tell, possibly a Batik???
    3. Petra
     
  5. fawnridge

    fawnridge Well-Known Member

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    Location:
    Western Boca Raton
    Agreed - Mammay, Batik, and Petra
     

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