Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by ScotTi, Jan 28, 2012.
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In Mike's (Bullwinkle) thread titled - Another Interesting One. Any Ideas? he had one that looked simular. Mike's is exposed to more sun while it appears Scott's croton is in heavier shade.
Re-post of Mike's photos below. What do ya think?
Ron, This one is growing in some pretty heavy sun.
in my view the picture of “Henry Coppinger” in Dr. Brown’s book looks very much alike (p 83).
Very nice find Scott! Where did you find such a gem?
Ray, This came from the Oldsmar Nursery back in 2009. The name tag said "Oak Leaf" with about 6 plants growing in the pot, with this one being small with a diffrent look. The other plants in the pot were given a Id of Phillip Geduldig here. The 09-10 winter killed off the P. Geduldig leaving this plant as the lone survivor.
I think you've got Van Buren. Looks like dis one here, mon.
Ricky, Here are shots of my Van Buren. The "whats it name" is a more oak leaf with lots of orange. V.B. seems to have pinks with less oak look to leaf. I have been wrong before.
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