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WHAT ARE CROTONS?
Wrongly named as Crotons by botanist Carl von Linne.
The name Codiaeum Variegatum was given by Botanist G.E. Rumphius in about 1660.
Codiaeum Variegatum has the odd trait of sporting
Codiaeum Variegatum was first introduced to America by the
Henry A Dreer nursery in the 1870's.
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