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Most likely the root balls were dry at planting or dried after the crotons were in the ground to cause the decline.
Dead leaves on woody tropical plants, such as hibiscus, tibouchina, angel trumpet, croton, ixora, schefflera, copper plant and rubber tree, can be picked off to make things look neater.
When pruning, wear gloves; croton stems and leaves contain a white sap that can cause skin irritation.
Orange foliage can be found in the common crotons used in South Florida landscaping.
Likewise, croton can take a little bit of that chilly weather, but not much.
West Bay WMA, Allen Parish, various clear cuts have a good goat weed (croton) response, expect good dove jump shooting. *
A few more tips from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden: ▪ Build a hot-themed bed with just three plants: coleus, crotons and cannas.
Crofelemer comes from the South American tree croton lechleri, which is known by locals as dragon's blood because a machete to its bark brings a blood-like ooze.
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Origin and Etymology of croton
First Known Use: 1751See Words from the same year
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