Answer: Dracaena godseffiana is the gold dust plant. It is an indoor plant, growing best in light shade, close to an east or west window. It adapts to most soils (pH isn't a factor - if other plants grow in your potting soil, gold dust will be happy with it, too). Keep the soil moist during the growing season but reduce watering during the winter when growth slows. Fertilize with a diluted liquid houseplant food in the spring and again in mid-summer. Enjoy your gold dust plant!
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