Black ti-ti bush (Cyrilla racemiflora)
The Black ti-ti bush, or swamp ti-ti, is a species of evergreen tree commonly found in swamps and other warm and moist habitats. It is characterized by its hanging branches that bear a yellowish-white flower.
|Care||Known Problems||How to Harvest||Mature Size||Notes/Uses|
|Keeping the early shrubs in a humid and warm habitat is especially important, but as the tree grows it will become more tolerant to shade and milder heat||The nectar of the swamp titi can cause purple brood, a toxic condition that affects adult bees and their larvae||The flowers of the swamp titi can be trimmed or plucked off of the tree safely, similar to roses||A fully grown Black ti-ti bush can grow to be 30 feet tall||The abundance of flowers attracts very large groups of pollinators, especially bees|