Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by pocomo, Oct 28, 2011.
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Anybody know of a Splash. If not I'd like to name this one Splash. Seems appropriate. Chris
Chris - is this your real fast growing seedling? The name sounds good to me.
While your at it, can you post a photo of your seedling you named "Jeff's Jewels" ? LOL
Yeah Ron, that's it. Jeff's Jewels didn't make it! LoL
Chris, if that one turns out to be a good grower I think it has commercial potential...
Looks like a giant Gold Dust to me.
A cursory search with google failed to find a croton called 'Splash'....
I'll bet that Keith has more than a little interest in acquiring one of these.
Chris - so sorry to hear that "Jeff's Jewels" has been lost. LOL
Hey, wait a minute, "Jeff's Jewels" was never lost! The name is waiting for the next great seedling to come around....
Croton news letter from Jan. 2008 has a picture of Cindy winning a rare Eburneum named Splash
Thanks Keith. Try again I guess. How about Splish Splash. I have another name I thought about but I'll wait to see. Chris
If it were my seedling (and I wish it were), I would have named it Electric Limeade
Peyton...It's funny, Doris and I were talking about it and Gold Nugget came up. So I think that's what it will be. Seems fitting. Chris
What you have is a fairly common seedling from Gold Dust. Splash is a good name for it.
Here are a few more yellow seedlings. Bottom left is Splash. The one in the 3-gallon can is Roy Harper. The other two have no names yet.
Roy Harper looks great!!Similar to Robert Halgrim but certainly different.
I thought it befitting a giant Gold Dust...
Since Chris appears to have a water motif in mind ... Gold Shower perhaps?
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