Yesterday during my travels around Miami-Dade County, I stopped off at a nursery to see what Crotons they had. It was very disappointing as they only had three cultivars, all the easiest ones to locate. Then I decided to go by a nursery that I used to work at in the mid 1970's. It is now owned by someone that specializes in Palms and Cycads. We have a show and sale next weekend at Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden - so I stopped in to say hello. While looking at some rare and difficult to find palms, I noticed some Crotons stashed here and there. We started talking some croton talk and they said they were doing them because they liked them. They do alot of horse trading with the Crotons as a hobby, and will rarely be willing to sell one. They do not have multiples of any particular cultivars. The first one here are two different plants of the same cultivar. He is calling it Oak Leaf. I told him I would post pictures on this forum and try to get a more definitive name. Well crotonheads, what would be a more accurate name for these guys?