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Could you identify it and advise me?
Looks interesting but I think we need much more information about this specimen in order to make a positive id. Size,fruits, whether cultivated or in the wild.
Looks like something that we would see in a temperate or tropical glasshouse in the UK.
David J Trevan
It grows like a shrub not taller than 1 m. The flowers are small and long, the petals are not spread out. The fruit when ripe is orange/red and about 1cm in diameter. The leaves are as seen - white spotted.
It looks like it is in a glasshouse. It is a croton, belongs to Euphorbiaceae family but not sure about specific name.
I agree that there is a certain familiarity with the leaf form and variegation, but the flower structure from what I can see from it looks nothing like a Croton(Codiaeum variegatum)which being Euphorbiaceous has quite a specialised and complex inflorescence.
Not convinced at all that this is Codiaeum!Sorry!
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