Botanical classification: Codiaeum variegatum. Variety denomination: ‘Croton Zulu’. This plant patent application claims foreign priority based on Australian Plant Breeder's Rights application No. 2000/126 filed May 2, 2000. The present invention comprises a new and distinct cultivar of Codiaeum variegatum which is named ‘Croton Zulu’. Its market class is that of potted plants or bulbs. Codiaeum variegatum ‘Croton Zulu’ is intended for use in landscaping, and as a decorative potted plant. DESCRIPTION OF PRIOR ART ‘Croton Zulu’ was discovered as a sport of Codiaeum ‘Mora’ in March, 1998 in a greenhouse in Wellington Point, Queensland, Australia. Codiaeum ‘Mora’ has a bushy growth habit forming a rounded plant, and is distinguished from Codiaeum ‘Mora’ by much improved leaf variegation and color. ‘Croton Zulu’ is distinguished from other Codiaeum in general by its bushy growth habit forming a rounded plant, and unique uneven variegation which begins yellow and matures to red and orange colors. ‘Croton Zulu’ was discovered by Gary R. Spink, 5 Grenaid Court, Wellington Point, Queensland, Australia. ‘Croton Zulu’ is asexually propagated by cuttings, and has been grown and propagated through numerous generations (at least 6) since March, 1998. During this time the plants as asexually reproduced have remained true to type. Zulu Not in the Book but it now has a reference point.