Croton (House Plant)
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Plenty of color to any space through its foliage
Kaleidoscope of colorful leaves on a croton plant
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You'll find a kaleidoscope of colorful leaves on a croton plant, including yellows, pinks, oranges, bronzes, reds, purples, and greens. While most plants may feature a simple variegated leaf with a clean edge of cream or gold, crotons go all out. The variegation comes in an endless variety of patterns. The most common, though, is a croton leaf boasting brightly colored veins and margins with the bulk of the leaf being a deep green. Other types feature spotting or speckled foliage with a backdrop of green, while still others develop leaves that emerge one bright color and fade as they age. Most crotons have large leaves, but there are some small leaf types and very narrow leaf types that can add lovely texture to a garden.
|DESCRIPTION||Croton, a perennial with woody stems and roots, features leathery, smooth-edge, oval- or lance-shape leaves in bright colors. These colors are often combined in patterns involving blotching and striping, and sometimes the color changes as the plant ages. Native to Malaysia, the Pacific Islands, and northern Australia, crotons are most often grown as houseplants, but they can be planted in containers outdoors for season-long color.|
|LIGHT||Part Sun, Sun|
|HEIGHT||1 to 3 feet|
|WIDTH||1 to 6 feet|
|FOLIAGE COLOR||Blue/Green, Chartreuse/Gold, Purple/Burgundy|