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Croton "Mrs Iceton"

Codiaeum variegatum 'Mrs Iceton'

("ko-dee-AY-umm ver-ree-GAH-tum")

Floor Standing
Croton "Mrs Iceton" is an upright plant with thick leathery leaves that vary widely in colour, shape and size. Typical leaves are shades of yellow, pink and red which may appear in distinctly coloured veins or as spots and blotches.

Also known as Codiaeum variegatum, this plant can grow up over a metre in height and in the tropics it is often used as a hedge.

The variety 'Mrs Iceton' has beautiful shades of pastel pink and yellow on its leaves and is certainly eye-catching.

The plant has toxic leaves and seeds, and the sap may be irritating.

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Additional Information

Pets & Children

Foliage and seeds are toxic to pets and humans, and the sap can be irritating. Keep out of reach of children.

Country of Origin

Philippines, Indonesia, New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Tropical parts of Australia 

Habitat Conditions

This is a species of the warm, humid tropics that requires good light a warm temperatures to thrive

Plant Care


Good light is required to maintain the foliage colour. This plant will tolerate direct sunlight, so is good for heated conservatories


Keep the soil moist, but not wet. It will tolerate less water during cooler and darker months. It will tolerate dry atmospheres, but does best in slightly more humid conditions. The plant benefiots from misting with tepid water


Dilute fertilizer should be added to the water at every watering

Pest & Diseases

Prone to mealybugs, scale insects and two-spotted spider mite. Infestations should be physically removed when seen. Mites can be deterred by regular misting of the foliage or by keeping the plant in a humid environment, such as a bathroom or kitchen.

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