The small fruited varnish leaf is a close relative to the Varnishleaf (Dodonaea viscosa). this is an endangered plant. As implied by its name the difference in the two lies in the fruit! Small Fruited Varnish Leaf's fruit only reaches about 0.25 inches long while Varnsihleaf reaches 1 inch. Small Fruited Varnish Leaf can be found in Rockland hammocks and a long the edges of pine Rockland. It's light green flowers can be seen in the fall and the plant fruits for the remainder of the year. This plant is endemic to the Florida Keys but is endangered. This plant requires full sun with dry sandy soil. If given the right conditions this plant can reach heights of 10 feet!