Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Jerry Shilling, Dec 14, 2013.
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My number JLS10110026. Fast Grower
My number JLS10110025
My number JLS10110024. This plant is about 30 inces tall. Very compact. The character of this plant changes slightly with each branch.
I'm very fond of this one.
Wow! Wow! and Wow!
Jerry "The Croton King" strikes again. I am lost for words, so I will just say Ww!
More amazing additions to the croton world! I'll change it up a bit and say Woweeeee!!!
Jerry, can you share the parentage of these lovelies with us?
Holy Sh*t! Jerry, that first one is gorgeous. Damn you guys in the Keys, damn you I say! It's just not fair!
W. O. W. JLS has a new meaning. Keep up the good work Jerry, as a holder of one of your babies I speak nicely to her everyday. I feel more than a little pressure to grow and share next summer.
I'm not a big fan of the green and yellow ones, but that last group of pictures are just amazing. I really look forward to my next visit down there. You are really changing the dynamics of the next generation of new hybrids.
You just keep pumping out these amazing plants. The red petioles on the last one really add to the striking appearance. Have you filled the pool with potting soil yet?
I know a nursery up here in western Broward County that has a lot of extra growing area not being used. Aren't you pretty tapped out down there for growing space? It could be a secretly grown area under cover from which satellites can't pick up. Stealth production? Underwraps, tightlip. Think North Korea. Lol.
Must be talking about George Zammas' nursery.
North Korea? - They are so secretive an esteemed uncle is not safe from getting executed
The growing season is cranking along - hopefully Jerry will give us some updated photos of these gems when he can.
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