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Origin: Malaysia and the Pacific Islands
The cultivated garden crotons are very popular and come in an amazing diversity of leaf shapes and colors. What they do have in common are rather thick evergreen alternate leaves, tiny inconspicuous star-shaped yellow flowers that hang down in long racemes, and a milky sap that bleeds from cut stems. Depending on the cultivar, the leaves may be ovate to linear, entire to deeply lobed, and variegated with green, white, purple, orange, yellow, red or pink. The colors may follow the veins, the margins or they may be in blotches on the leaf. See Crotons Picture Gallery.
2065 Codiaeum variegatum Revolutions - Bonsai CrotonVery showy cultivar with curled, dark green leaves with yellow dots. The new cultivar was discovered by the inventor in a cultivated area of Puerto Rico in 1989 as a naturally occurring branch mutation of Codiaeum variegatum Rams Horns. Revolutions Croton is an evergreen shrub that is dense and compact. With a slow to moderate growth rate, in can grow in the ground up to 4 to 5 feet high and 3 to 4 feet wide. It can also easily stay compact in a pot and used for bonsai culture.
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Grown in 1 gal pot
1 Plant in stock
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