Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Kingdavid, Dec 24, 2013.
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RED THAI great plant , fast grower
This is Blotched Charmer. Yours is the best form with lots of blotches that I've seen. Mine produces mostly green leaves with intermittent blotching.
Magnificent, magnificent, magnificent crotons Happy Thanks David
Pink Pink Pink ??
An old time favorite MORTI
HELEN EDGE getting her growth on !
Dean - David's post just struck me with an idea. Would it work for those using mobile devices if we posted a full size photo and a duplicate thumbnail?
I sure that those viewing photos with PC's and Tablets prefer the large photos. But we want to encourage those wanting to learn about crotons with the smaller mobile devices to see the photos too. What do you think?
Pride of Winterhaven
Gloriosa kinda BLOTCHING
Christmas in May
Sweet plants David
Love this thread, David. Look at how many views it's had! You are making a lot of people happy.
6100 would have never thought it was possible > Sure love the croton world ...............
FREAK gettn big.......
ORANGE ( Something ) not Orange Supreme...... Pollinated with Prince of Orange ...
Should make an Orange Sumthin
NEED HELP not sure ....?
DR FRANK BROWN
David, That's the most colorful Frank Brown I'v ever seen! I didn't know it was capable of coloring up. Beautiful.
Thanks ... 2/3 of the plant is a lot more green , but slowly it is turning more and more colorfull . every other weeks i rotate the plant 1/4 turn , like a real slow baste . The plant is very big 7 ft tall 5 ft across . I hope the rest follows suit
LOVE THE OLD OAK TREE ..........
David, I agree with Randy- that Dr. Frank Brown is awesome! And that oak is incredible. There's nothing more beautiful to me than a giant live oak.
COMBO RED & YELLOW ICETONE
PRIDE OF NAPLES
First cuttings of ASHLEY KING .........
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