The leaves of Zanzibar croton resemble long blades of grass, which can be seen developed in shades of purple, orange, gold, yellow and even red. These make beautiful contrast plants to your house interior with its bushy look.
Care Instructions for Zanzibar Croton, Codiaeum Variegatum Zanzibar – Plant
Propagation –Crotons grow best in well-drained soil. Crotons can be propagated using stem cuttings and air layering
Light: For best colors of the plant leaves, put your crotons under partial shade. A southern facing window is ideally suited for the foliage of the crotons.
Water: Water the croton plants daily. Ensure the soil is moist and water only when the surface of the soil is dry.
Humidity– Crotons love humidity. Keep a few pebbles in a tray and fill it with water. Put the croton plant pot in the tray. This keeps the environment humid and helps in the growth of the plant.