LYSILOMA BAHAMENSIS PDF

This is a medium to large tree that is native to the coastal and tropical hammocks, keys, and sunny sites of far southern Florida Miami-Dade, Monroe and Collier counties, including Everglades National Park , the West Indies and the Caribbean. The white to greenish flowers attract pollinating insects. The green-brown to greenish-brownish small to medium usually small seedpods are often found. The leaves of this species are small and are characteristic of the Tamarinds and members of the Lead Tree family.

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This is a medium to large tree that is native to the coastal and tropical hammocks, keys, and sunny sites of far southern Florida Miami-Dade, Monroe and Collier counties, including Everglades National Park , the West Indies and the Caribbean. The white to greenish flowers attract pollinating insects. The green-brown to greenish-brownish small to medium usually small seedpods are often found. The leaves of this species are small and are characteristic of the Tamarinds and members of the Lead Tree family.

Due to habitat destruction, this useful and wildlife-benefiting native is sadly being threatened in the wild, although it is not yet listed as endangered or threatened by the state of Florida.

It is useful in a wildlife garden o It grows in zones 10a, 10b and 11 in full sun or sun to partial or light shade. Often called "Mother-in-Law Tree" in South Florida because the large, dry seed pods present during winter never stop talking rattling. It is actually a pretty soothing sound during high winds - almost sounds like a driving rain. View this plant in a garden. Gardeners' Notes: 2. Post a comment about this plant. Popular Plants. Use of this Web site constitutes acceptance of the Davesgarden.

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Acacia bahamensis Benth. Acacia latisiliqua L. Leucaena latisiliqua L. Gillis Lysiloma bahamense Benth. Mimosa latisiliqua L. Lysiloma latisiliquum , commonly known as false tamarind or wild tamarind , is a species of tree in the pea family, Fabaceae , that is native to southern Florida in the United States , The Bahamas , the Caribbean , southern Mexico , and northern Central America. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. The wild tamarind is a medium to large-sized tree, typically about 40 feet tall, with a single short trunk or multiple trunks.

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