Syn. Capparis cynophallophora L., Quadrella cynophallophora - (L.) Hutch.
The flower starts as white and changes to a lovely fuchsia pink by the end of the day
Flowering time; This tree will flower most of the year.
Distribution; GC, CB, LC
Habitat; Rocky thickets and woodland
Status; Under threat due to urban development and it's slow growth.
Notes; Horticulture potential; This evergreen is a very slow growing tree but it can reach 18', the shiny green leaves and changing flowers color makes it an attractive landscaping material.