Here is a stunning example of a croton majestic colors, from an Australian based Facebook friend with permission:
Here is a snapshot of the current photos in my Facebook Album.
And here is a growing croton plant from Bacolod City
- Cascarilla (C. eluteria) bark is used to flavour the liqueurs Campari and Vermouth.
- It has recently been shown in Kenya that Croton nuts, such as those from C. megalocarpus, are a more economical source of biofuel than Jatropha.
|Cameras||Olympus VG-110, Nikon D5100|
|Photographer||Dr. Ernesto P. Adorio|
|Reference||Wikipedia entry on Croton|
|Acknowledgment||Susan Estrope Dicker, for the first photo above|