What indoor tree is this?


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First time poster.....

We saw these at the San Diego Airport on the people bridge. Obviously the employees at the terminal had no clue. They are pretty tall.....7 or 8 ft.
 

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Although I don`t know for sure, that looks like an Oak leaf Croton, which has bolted and lost a lot of leaves - a bit neglected :(

Welcome to the forum @wabio :)
 
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I agree, this is a Codiaeum variegatum, which is commonly referred to as 'garden croton' or 'florist's croton'. There are innumerable cultivars and unnamed forms.
 

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