|BOTANICAL NAME||Citharexylum Fruticosum|
|HEIGHT||15 to 20 Feet|
|ZONES||10 to 11|
|SALT TOLERANCE||Relatively Salt Tolerant|
Fiddlewood is a nice plant and the flowers very fagrant. Naturally, they attract honey bees and other insects. The leaves always look as though they have just been polished to a shine.
Fiddlewood has a tendency to flop all over the place if it is in too much shade and when it wants to it will become almost vine like AND catch a bad case of mealy bugs.
I have had the most success with Fiddlewood along a fence in full sun. Under those conditions I encounter no problems whatsoever and the plant becomes a terrific screening tool. Thick.
Just remember that Fiddlewood, to stay really healthy, needs full sunshine.
Closest plant to the Bay is about 50 feet.