Testing a post. New seedling

Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Native son, Jul 14, 2017.

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  1. Native son

    Native son Well-Known Member

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    image.jpg I call them the Frick & Frack.
     
  2. Native son

    Native son Well-Known Member

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    I posted this just to test the system. Slower than normal but worked fine.
     
  3. Native son

    Native son Well-Known Member

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    image.jpg Found this at H.D. For 5.49 it has 7 rooted cuttings. image.jpg i repotted it into two larger two small ones.
     

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  4. VeroKarl

    VeroKarl Well-Known Member

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    Nice find. Not your typical Home Depot croton, at least not up in Vero Beach. My best find in a box store was two different types of large variegated Anthuriums sitting on an end cap at Lowe's for $20 each. Would have paid at least $60 each for these anyplace else if I could find them. Not sure how they ended up there but was thrilled to find them. Once in a while I find a tiny little croton for $5.99 in Home Depot (like the Lauren's Rainbow) that I don't have. Granted sometimes they are just something I already have with a new name (Bush on Fire for Batik or Sloppy Painter for Eleanor Roosevelt).
     
  5. annafl

    annafl Esteemed Member

    Victoria Gold Bells?
     
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  6. VeroKarl

    VeroKarl Well-Known Member

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    That was my first thought as well, but I was just going by plants I have.
     
  7. Native son

    Native son Well-Known Member

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    It is a rather thin leafed version but I agree Victoria Golden Bells Like I said I made four nice pots if anyone needs or wants just say the word and I will put your name on one.
     

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