Croton nitens - Sw.

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EUPHORBIACEAE - SUBFAMILY; EUPHORBIOIDEAE

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WILD CINNAMON

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Cayman Parrots loves these fruits

The leaves are often eaten and the tree has the look of a tree in autumn with its yellowing leaves.
The aromatic leaves have Cascarilla oil

Flowering time; Regularly throughout the year.

Distribution; GC

Habitat; Rocky thickets and woodland. Keystone plant to habitat.

Status; Common

Notes; Horticulture potential; This tall tree provides shade to any landscaping, it will also invite birds and butterflies.

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