Lets not forget the yellow fellows

ScotTi

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At first I was not a big fan of the yeller fellers. They are necessary to brake up the colorful explosions of the mulicolored ones when crotons are group planted. If not there is a color overload. By mixing yellers and crotons with various leaf shapes together they acsentuate one another in my opinion. ;)

Mooseland :)
 

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