Codiaeum variegatum is a species of plant in the genus Codiaeum, which is a
member of the family Euphorbiaceae. It is native to Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia
Codiaeum variegatum var. pictum, commonly called croton or Joseph's coat, is
native to Malaysia, Pacific islands and northern Australia. It is a woody-based ...
Nov 15, 2016 ... The croton (Codiaeum variegatum) appears to have it all: colorful foliage, nearly
limitless leaf forms and a cultish following. But these plants ...
Botanical Name: Codiaeum variegatum pictum. Croton plants stiff, leathery
leaves in bold colors of yellow, pink, red, orange and green make it a beautiful
The bark, roots, latex and leaves are poisonous, containing the toxin called 5-
deoxyingenol. Chewing the bark and roots is said to cause burning of the mouth.
A Croton or Codiaeum variegatum as a houseplant is difficult but rewarding
because the leaves are truly splendid. Follow our care instructions for success.
Codiaeum variegatum is the scientific name for the plant also named ... This plant
and other plants from the Codiaeum genus do demand quite a lot of care and ...
Crotons are tender perennial plants that will grow to three feet tall or more. ... A
Glossy Leaved Croton Plant, Codiaeum variegatum, A Croton Plant with strongly
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