Cyrilla parvifolia, a relative of Cyrilla racemiflora, has also been listed as C. racemiflora var. parvifolia. It is found native from FL to LA. It is uncommon in commerce and not as popular as Cyrilla racemiflora but still a good choice for natural bottomland and wetland habitats. It has smaller and more sparse foliage than its relative but still turns a pretty orange color in the fall and will produce long white blooms in the summer. This tree is usually 10-15 feet wide and high but may reach 20-30 feet.