Little Strongbark (Bourreria cassinifolia)
Common Name Little Strongbark
Latin Name Bourreria cassinifolia
Height 5-7 Feet
Spread 4-5 Foot
Salt Water Tolerance low
Salt Wind Tolerance low
Drought Tolerance Medium
Soil Prefers wet, sandy and limestone soils
Sun Full Sun/partial shade
Wildlife Attractant Butterflies, hummingbirds, bees, and birds
The Little Strongbark is a native shrub, used as an accent or screen.
It does best in areas not exposed to salty waters.
Its tiny white flowers and red fruit provide color and beauty to your garden.
The little strongbark is considered endangered in Florida!
The little strongbark can grow 5-7 feet in height, making this plant a shrub. It can be just as wide as tall, and quite showy with its tiny white fragrant flowers and red round fruit.
It resembles the Bahama Strongbark in its flower and fruit appearance, but is much smaller.
The flowers of the little strongbark attract lots of pollinators such as hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees.
Its fruit attracts birds