Brilliant color and design right in your home
HOW TO GROW CROTON HOUSEPLANTS
Croton houseplants are by far the most colorful and boldest houseplants we carry. They like to be in a very bright spot but not direct sun. It needs the light to produce all those colorful leaves. Make sure the soil stays fairly moist—not too wet and not too dry. The croton also really likes higher humidity so make sure it’s in a kitchen or bathroom.
Croton houseplants need bright, indirect light for those colorful leaves.
Allow the top of the soil to dry out between watering. Will drop leaves if too wet or dry for extended periods.
Croton houseplants like average warmth between 65-75°.
Croton houseplants like average to high humidity about 40% relative humidity or higher.
IS IT PET FRIENDLY?
Like most houseplants, croton houseplants are mildly toxic if eaten. They may cause some discomfort and vomiting when eaten. Keep away from animals and children.
CROTON HOUSEPLANT VARIETIES
If you are looking for a houseplant that has no equal when it comes to boldness and colorful leaves, then Croton houseplants are what you need. There are many different styles of leaves and color variations that will work for any interior design. Add to a dining room or living room to help energize the room.
The banana croton is smaller than other crotons, which features little lance-shaped green leaves spotted in bright banana-yellow. A gorgeous plant that you will love in your home!
Bush on Fire Croton
Codiaeum 'Bush on Fire'
Bush on Fire croton is aptly named because its long leaves are splashed and stippled in shades of red, orange, gold, and purple. This plant adds a wonderfull amount of interest and color to any home or office.
Eleanor Roosevelt Croton
Codiaeum 'Eleanor Roosevelt'
An excellent plant for cleaning the air, Compacta dieffenbachia shows off medium-green leaves speckled heavily with creamy yellow in the centers. Perfect for any corner of your home or office.
Florida Select Croton
Codiaeum 'Florida Select'
Florida Select is a common houseplant that has medium sized green leaves veined in red, orange, and yellow. Like all crotons the level of color and interest is always beautiful!
Perhaps the most common croton available, Petra has shield shaped leaves veined in red, orange, and yellow. Add another level of beauty and interest that every houseplant lover should own!
Oakleaf croton features interesting lobed leaves, giving the plant extra texture. Each dark green leave is accented with veins and strips of yellow, orange, and red. This plant adds a wonderful amount of interest and color to any home or office.
Mrs. Iceton Croton
Codiaeum 'Mrs. Iceton'
Mrs. Iceton is a living work of art; each medium-green leaf is brightly shaded with golden, yellow, orange, and red hues. This plant adds a wonderful amount of interest and color to any home or office.
A classic variety, Mammy croton’s leaves twist and curl as they grow, adding color and texture! You are sure to love this variety of croton.
Gold Star Croton
Codiaeum 'Gold Star'
Gold Star croton earned its name because the green leaves are liberally splashed with bright gold, like a constellation of stars on each leaf. You are sure to love this variety of croton.
Lauren's Rainbow Croton
Codiaeum 'Lauren's Rainbow'
Showing off long, narrow leaves, Lauren’s Rainbow is a fantastic accent to other croton varieties. This plant adds a wonderful amount of interest and color to any home or office.
Everyone will be in awe when they see Magnificent croton in your home! The colorful leaves are festively speckled with green, red, and orange. No two are alike!
A croton that stands out from the pack, Zanzibar almost looks like an ornamental grass with narrow, arching leaves splashed in red, gold, orange, and purple. This plant adds a wonderful amount of interest and color to any home or office.
Sunny Star Croton
Codiaeum 'Sunny Star'
Adding color to your home or office with light green leaves dotted in gold, Sunny Star is a surefire winner and a must have for every collection!
Aptly name for it’s bright green leaves heavily splashed in yellow this croton is definitely a superstar. This plant adds a wonderful amount of interest and color to any home or office.
HOUSEPLANTS TO PAIR WITH CROTON HOUSEPLANTS
FICUS – Ficus houseplants are among the more popular indoor plants. They offer a lot of variety, from low ground cover to tall trees each one giving a beautiful amount of texture and interest in any room.
PHILODENDRONS – Philodendrons are the classic houseplant that nearly everyone has encountered at some point in their life. It’s practically a no-fail houseplant because of how easy it is to take care of. You can grow philodendrons just about anywhere. They can be grown in a hanging basket, up a trellis, or simply a standard pot.
FERNS – Ferns are easily one of the most loved houseplant. Mainly because of the huge variety available and that they are among the most beautiful. They have lacy fronds and a classic texture that work great in any home design. Ferns look wonderful when mixed together but also can look great combine with almost any houseplant. Come on by City Floral Garden Center and check out the huge selection of ferns.