I made a post in the House Plants forum linking to your thread(s). Maybe someone there can help - not everyone visits the ID forum regularly, but maybe someone over on the other forum knows that it is and can help. :)
Ma Vie Rose,
I am surprised and ever grateful for your continued work. I thought this was a dying thread. No, neither of these is my plant. I know them both, Herman's Pride and Snow-on-the-mountain. Also, I seriously doubt it would be hardy below zone 7-ish. I don't know what other info I can give you about the plant. Pepper me with questions. The photo perhaps is misleading. I don't remember where it appeared from. I can try to root you a cutting or send you seed if you are still perplexed.
it is ok Studley, i am persistend cause i am originally from the Philippines. this plant is common in that area. for the life of me, i do not remember the name even in the native tongue. eventually i will find it. one of my virtue is patience! so bear with me, in due time i will find it. i do a lot of surfing on the net. it is a fact though, that when we search for something so bad, it is so difficult to find, but when least expected, it is there at ur very eye. sooner of later, i hope to find the name of this mysterious plant. so bear with me, in due time it will surface :)... ma vie
I think I've found it's called Dracaena Godseffiana aka Florida Beauty. I did a search for it but couldn't get a link for you, but I did find quite a few pictures and they look very similar to yours.
Let me know if thats it.
The leaves are much smaller than dracaena gold dust. Also a dracaena would probably fry in the full sun where I have this plant. I wish I had something in the photo to show the scale of the leaves. Perhaps I can photograph it with a coin to give a better sense. The leaves are quite small, as is the entire plant (at this stage, may grow?). I however did learn where the plant came from and how it joined my collection. Let's just say it can be found in the Dominican Republic as a habitat.