Overview: West Indian Canella, also known as Wild Cinnamon, is a small, slow-growing evergreen tree native to the Caribbean islands, Florida, and Central America. It is a member of the Canellaceae family and is related to the true cinnamon tree. The leaves of West Indian Canella are oval-shaped and dark green, and the bark is a unique mottled grey color. The tree produces small yellow flowers that have a strong, spicy fragrance similar to cinnamon. The bark of the tree is also used as a substitute for cinnamon in cooking and herbal medicine. West Indian Canella is a hardy tree that is drought-tolerant and thrives in full sun to partial shade. It is a popular ornamental tree in tropical and subtropical gardens due to its attractive foliage and fragrant flowers.
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