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Your Gold Dust Croton will do best in a bright spot, as it needs lots of light (if possible 4-6 hrs. Per day) to produce the golden speckles. If your croton does not get enough light, you might find the plant grows tall and lanky with spare leaves lacking the rich, dark hues. 

When the soil begins to dry out, water the plant thoroughly until the water flows out the bottom of the container. They are not as thirsty as other indoor plants but will drop leaves if kept too dry. Take note—wilting for a Croton means too much water.