Type T, 2-1/2" x 10-1/2", - Ground color dark green. In the young leaves the midrib and veins are outlined yellow with irregular yellow marbling. As the leaf matures the yellow turns to red.
REF: Paper prepared by Wm. A. Geiger in collaboration with Mr. Christian of the Christian Nursery, Mr. Van der Lean and Mr. George L. Peacock. p.14.
** misspelled Spiendens
Semi-oak leaf form, mottled yellow, turning red in the sum.
REF: Reasoner's Tropical Nurseries inc, croton listing. Group 1, Common Varieties, p.2.