An uncultivated, 6- to 8-meter-tall tiny evergreen tree with fragrant bark that can be found in India’s southern coastal districts. The bark is utilized in both treatments and as a spice in food.
Simple to grow in full sun to partial shade, average, somewhat acidic, medium moisture, well-drained soils. It favors soils with good drainage and moisture. Unable to tolerate drought. Approximately 95% of the seed produced is not viable, making propagation challenging.
Woody cuttings are challenging to root, whereas young cuttings are simpler.
In order to give a cinnamon tree time to establish itself throughout the rainy season, plant it outside in the fall. Put it in sandy soil with some shade and at least 10 feet away from other trees or plants.