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Jessie Keith

(Croton, Ram's Horn Croton)

Codiaeum variegatum, more commonly known as croton, is an evergreen native to Malaysia and islands in the western Pacific. The flowers are insignificant but the foliage comes in a wide variety of brightly splashed or spotted, smooth, ruffled or twisted shapes. Mature crotons are "V" shaped.

Crotons grow best in well-drained soil and in full sun to partial shade; in hot sunny climates they look best if shaded from the hottest sun of the day. Too much sun will bleach the color out of the leaves...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Croton)

Colorful crotons in the landscape are a sure sign of warm climates. Codiaeum variegatum is an evergreen shrub native to Malaysia and islands of the western Pacific. Red Banana is a small, spreading variety. The star-shaped flowers are produced on long stalks but are insignificant. The brightly-hued foliage is the attraction. Red Banana’s leaves are linear with bluntly rounded tips, arranged spirally around the stems and a slight corkscrew twist around the midrib. The new leaves emerge light...

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James Burghardt

(Croton, Stoplight Croton)

Codiaeum variegatum, more commonly known as croton, is an evergreen native to Malaysia and islands in the western Pacific. The flowers are insignificant but the foliage comes in a wide variety of brightly splashed or spotted, smooth, ruffled or twisted shapes. Mature crotons are "V" shaped.

Crotons grow best in well-drained soil and in full sun to partial shade; in hot sunny climates they look best if shaded from the hottest sun of the day. Too much sun will bleach the color out of the leaves...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Croton, Sunny Star Croton)

Codiaeum variegatum, more commonly known as croton, is an evergreen native to Malaysia and islands in the western Pacific. The flowers are insignificant but the foliage comes in a wide variety of brightly splashed or spotted, smooth, ruffled or twisted shapes. Croton ‘Sunny Star’ has large, smooth, elliptical leaves, pointed at both ends with a swath of bright yellow over the lower portion usually leaving the margins and tips dark green. Mature crotons are "V" shaped.

Crotons grow best...

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Holly Chichester

(Croton, Zanzibar Croton)

Codiaeum variegatum, more commonly known as croton, is an evergreen native to Malaysia and islands in the western Pacific. The flowers are insignificant but the foliage comes in a wide variety of brightly splashed or spotted, smooth, ruffled or twisted shapes. Mature crotons are "V" shaped.

Crotons grow best in well-drained soil and in full sun to partial shade; in hot sunny climates they look best if shaded from the hottest sun of the day. Too much sun will bleach the color out of the leaves...

(Croton, Finger Fire Croton)

Codiaeum variegatum var. pictum, more commonly known as croton is a tropical shrub native to Malaysia and islands in the eastern pacific. The flowers are white but insignificant and the foliage contains various colors, most commonly shades of yellow, green, and red.

Crotons grow in full sun to shade but in hot sunny climates looks best if it is shaded from the hottest sun of the day. Crotons make excellent accent plants and as part of a mixed shrub planting. They look their best if planted...

(Croton, Petra Croton)

The petra croton is a tropical shrub native to Malaysia and islands in the eastern Pacific. The flowers are white but insignificant. The foliage of the petra croton has broad leaves that variate in color between pink, red, orange, yellow, and green with the veins often times being a lighter color. This is one of the most common cultivars for both indoor and outdoor use.

Crotons grow in full sun to shade but in hot sunny climates looks best if it is shaded from the hottest sun of the day. Crotons...

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Frank Tansey

(Breath-of-Heaven)

Breath-of-heaven is a tender evergreen shrub native to South Africa that resembles a large heath, having many upright stems clothed with short, narrow leavesand tipped by tight clusters of small flowers in red or pink from late spring to summer. The leaves, when crushed, smell of camphor.

Breath-of-heaven should be given a neutral to acidic, moist yet well-drained soil. Provide as much sun as possible for best growth and widespread flowering across the branches. Average watering is sufficient...

(Breath-of-Heaven, Sunset Gold Breath-of-Heaven)

A selection of the evergreen South African shrub Breath-of-heaven, 'Sunset Gold' (or 'Golden Sunset') is white-flowering and chartreuse-leaved, a handsome combination. Like its South African parent, it has short, narrow leaves covering upright stems, making the plant look soft and feathery like a large heath. In late spring to summer, the many small white flowers in tight clusters appear on the tips of the stems.

This breath-of-heaven should be given a neutral to acidic, moist yet well-drained...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Bush Morning Glory)

Bush morning glory is a compact evergreen shrub from the western Mediterranean Rim. White funnel-form flowers occur in late spring into summer and have yellow centers and subtle blush pink stripes arising from pink buds. It is foremost grown for its showy flowers which are attractively contrasted by satiny silver-green foliage.

Bush morning glory does well in gritty, poor to average soils with good drainage in full sun. Clay soils must be friable and fast draining. Shelter the plant from wind...