Anyone can work on this, right? It's not just one designated person? I wouldn't mind doing some work on it, but I just don't know how to find enough information on each plant to make a page. There's hardly anything on the internet, and very little on each species in Brown's book.
Hi Anna, it will be tough to gather info., you will probably have to pester some people with a load of questions, but if you can gather the info I'll format the page for you, and help you with adding info, and photos, Ed
It would be so difficult for me. I am so far away from most people that would be a good resource. There are no crotons up my way except mammie and petra, and occassional other very common ones. I'll have to think about it and maybe try one or two and see how it goes. Maybe I can get some phone numbers at the Searle Sale this next weekend.
Or Anna - you could always start a topic "Tell me what you know about "Croton X" and see if anyone will offer some history, growing tips, size, etc. Then just transfer whatever info comes up over to the CrotonPedia. Then do another.