Cyrilla racemiflora Overview
A low shrub from Florida to Brazil growing to about 1.5m high, in good conditions can reach 6m or more with a central woody stem and open branching habit. The lateral branches are wiry and tending to curve upward. Sparse leaves are glossy dark green and turn dull red before falling in late autumn. The white flower spikes start opening in early summer and may continue almost to fall. The flowers are followed by tiny, dry fruit.
How to propagate Cyrilla racemiflora
Propagation is normally from seed.
Other uses of Cyrilla racemiflora
Grown for its flowers in late summer or autumn.