Hi Hopeful! For the best advice for your plant, please send us a photo at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our plant experts are happy to help. It could be possible that the soil is not drying out enough inbetween waterings. Let the soil dry about 3 inches deep before watering.
Hi! The croton mammey does best when temperatures are above freezing. If you have danger of frost, it is best to bring the plant indoors for the winter. We hope this helps!
This plant is appropriate for Zones 9B to 12.
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We have them installed indoors and they are doing well.
All Croton varieties are tropical by nature and can only be grown outside year round in Zone 9B to 12. We would consider leaving the plant in a container and bringing indoors near a sunny window whenever temperatures dip below 55 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit.