Codiaeum variegatum (“garden croton” or “variegated croton”; syn. Croton variegatum L.) is a species of plant within the genus Codiaeum, which is a member of the circle of relatives Euphorbiaceae. It's local to Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, and the western Pacific Ocean islands, growing in open forests and scrub. It's an evergreen shrub growing to 3 m (nine.8 ft) tall and has massive, thick, leathery, shiny evergreen leaves, alternately arranged, 5–30 cm (2.0–11.8 in) long and 0.5–8 cm (0.20–3.15 in) broad. The inflorescences are long racemes 8–30 cm (3.1–11.8 in) long, with female and male flowers on separate inflorescences; the male flowers are white with five small petals and 20–30 stamens, the feminine flowers yellowish, and not using a petals. The fruit is a capsule 9 mm (0.35 in) diameter, containing three 6 mm (0.24 in) seeds. The stems contain milky sap that bleeds from cut stems.
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