Crotons are water lovers. Water your plant regularly before the soil dries up. Consider a drip watering with pebbles. Avoid denying your plant enough water to prevent it from wilting. However, do not make the soil soggy.
Feed crotons regularly with a low-nitrogen fertilizer. Consider slow-releasing fertilizer and avoid overfeeding your plant. Over-fertilizing can burn your plant.
Crotons require sufficient sunlight to retain and develop colorful leaves. Therefore, keep your plant in a position where it can receive 6 to 8 hours of direct sunlight per day. However, remove it from the sun when it starts to show scorched leaves.
The colorful crotons prefer a temperature range of between 15.6˚C and 21.1˚C. Therefore, do not expose them to temperatures below 15.6˚C.
Repot your plant when the plant outgrows the current container. Consider a larger pot during the repotting process.