Small Leaf Titi. The foliage is similar in size to C. arida, but it is found in more moist situations in its native habitat of northwest Florida. It does not start flowering at as young of an age as C. arida either. The fine foliage and smaller flowers makes it distinct from C. racemiflora, even though some consider it a form of C. racemiflora. It has a very upright growth habit with an ultimate size of 10' height with a 4-6' spread. I have seen it thriving in full sun in some rather adverse conditions with no irrigation, even though in its native habitat of northwest Florida where it is growing in moist conditions. The pictures below is of the attractive seed set which adds to its appeal in the fall and winter.