Prince Phillip

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Note: Very cold tolerant. This Croton is on the north side of the garden under a large tree and it rarely loses leaves.
 

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Having studied the picture on page 6 and my plant up close and personal, I will stay with the name Prince Phillip, as I can see no difference between the two. Add to that, this plant came from the Decker nursery with a name tag in place.
 
Having studied the picture on page 6 and my plant up close and personal, I will stay with the name Prince Phillip, as I can see no difference between the two. Add to that, this plant came from the Decker nursery with a name tag in place.

Looks to close to what there calling Prince Phillip to me also.
 
somone want to guess what these are then??? Two different plants, similar light conditions, etc.
 

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Yes Phil, that's Prince Phillip thanks for posting. The one in Ricky's photo could not be ID'd by Bob here last year. It looks like Albicans but the veining and leaf shape are different. BTW, please remember me when you air layer Albicans again this spring. The last one you gave me was an early casualty last Janaury.
 
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