12” Croton Mammy
- Light: Croton will do best in a bright spot, as it needs lots of light to produce all those coloful leaves. If croton does not get enogh light, you might find the plant grows tall and lanky with spare leaves lacking the rich, dark hues.
- Water: When the soil begins to dry out, water your plant thoroughly untol the water flows out the bpttom of the container.
- Toxic: Croton is moderately toxic to pets and humans.
Delivery: Toronto downtown area: east of Keele, south of Lawrence, and west of Carlaw