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Cutting Back Croton Leaves: Should You Prune Crotons

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Crotons can grow quite leggy, and leaves may develop damage due to thrip feeding. Cutting back a croton can help you acquire a thicker bush or remove ugly leaves. Whatever the purpose, a few tips on croton pruning from this article will help.

Croton Leaves Are Fading – Why Is My Croton Losing Its Color

By Ilana Goldowitz Jimenez, Plant Scientist & Writer

Who doesn?t love the bright colors of croton plants? But sometimes the bright colors on a croton fade, leaving them with ordinary looking green leaves. It can be disappointing to notice a croton losing color. Learn how to remedy this in the article that follows.

Care Of Outdoor Croton Plants: How To Grow A Croton Outdoors

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Hardy to zones 9 to 11, most of us on grow croton as a houseplant. However, croton in the garden can be enjoyed during the summer and sometimes into the early fall. You just need to learn some rules about how to grow a croton outdoors. This article will help.

Croton Leaf Drop – Why Is My Croton Dropping Leaves

By Carole Howell

Your brilliant indoor croton plant is dropping leaves like crazy. Don?t panic. Leaf drop on croton plants can be expected any time the plant is stressed. You just need to know how to give croton what it needs to thrive. Click here to learn more.

Croton Indoor Plant – Care Of Croton Plants

By Heather Rhoades

Croton plants have a reputation for being fussy, but in reality, if you know about caring for a croton houseplant properly, it can make for a resilient and hard to kill plant. This article will help.

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