Is this in the Croton family.
It certainly appears to be, but I could not tell you specifically which one. I would be inclined to say it is a Croton Banana, but not sure of the Latin name. If you do a goodle image search for croton banana you might be able to get the exact type. Good luck. It is a very pretty plant.
Tiff. Your plant is definately a Croton, but can't find its species.
I Googled Croton pics..of all Crotons on one site, yours looks like a combo between Croton Banana and Croton Banana Red. lol..sorry, not much help. Toni
The houseplant commonly called 'Croton' is Codiaeum variegatum. The picture does appear to show one of the many cultivars of this species. Croton itself is a different genus, so, strictly speaking, this plant is not 'in the Croton family,' although it is a 'Croton' in common parlance. Don't know how the two species ended up confused.
Just like Pothos and Vinca...
Tiff, is it one of these EA plants? "Croton" at EA. Maybe bush on fire? (Not a name I'm a fan of, why not just call it yeast infection?!) I see that one at WM often.