Common Name: Littleleaf Buckbrush
Latin Name: Ceanothus microphyllus
Habit: A perennial wildflower that grows to a height of 1-2 feet.
Leaves: The tiny leaves are alternate, entire, and oblong to ovoid in shape.
Flowers: Fragrant white flowers appear in the late winter and early spring.
Habitat: It grows in dry pinelands with high shifting shade.
Landscape: In the home landscape it grows in part shade with average to dry soils.
Range: It is native to Alabama, Florida and Georgia.
Wildlife use: The flowers are a nectar source for bees, butterflies, beetles, wasps, and flies.