Gold Dust Croton
Codiaeum variegatum

Her dark green leaves quite literally appear to be speckled in gold dust. When the light hits, these speckles brighten up in a display that resembles the night sky (if it were green). If you have Western or Southern exposure and have been looking to add a splash of color, she's the one for you.

Sunlight:Bright, indirect light. Can tolerate short periods of direct light.

Water:Once a week when soil is nearly dry 2" down.

Pets:Toxic to pets if consumed.

Size:SM: ~10" tall and a pot size of 4".

Humidity:Loves humidity.

Pro-tip: Leaves turning green and lacking gold dust? Try placing it closer to the light source.