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Adenanthera pavonina | False Wiliwili | Red-Bead Tree | 10_Seeds


This is Adenanthera pavonina, also known as False Wiliwili, and Red-Bead Tree.
Adenanthera pavonina | False Wiliwili | Red-Bead Tree | 10_Seeds

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This is Adenanthera pavonina, also known as False Wiliwili, and Red-Bead Tree.
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Macadamia integrifolia | 5_Seeds


This is Macadamia integrifolia, also known as Macadamia nut, bauple nut, Queensland nut, and nut oak. Growing up to 30 feet tall this tree likes to live in full sun. In the middle of Spring this stunning tree has white blossoms. The Seeds can be eaten raw or cooked, where they are commonly used in cakes, biscuits, and ice cream. The Seeds can also be used to make a edible oil. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11.
Macadamia integrifolia | 5_Seeds

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This is Macadamia integrifolia, also known as Macadamia nut, bauple nut, Queensland nut, and nut oak. Growing up to 30 feet tall this tree likes to live in full sun. In the middle of Spring this stunning tree has white blossoms. The Seeds can be eaten raw or cooked, where they are commonly used in cakes, biscuits, and ice cream. The Seeds can also be used to make a edible oil. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11.
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Delonix decaryi | Poinciana | Flamboyant Tree | 10_Seeds


This is Delonix decaryi, also known as Poinciana, and Flamboyant Tree. This beautiful tree is from Madagascar and it has blossoms that are orchid like. Although it does need a warm climate, it also grows well in containers where it can be protected from frost. It likes to live in the full sun where it blooms from late Spring until early Summer. The trunk will become highly swollen and bottle shaped which adds interest to the plant. This plant does attract butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 9b to 11
Delonix decaryi | Poinciana | Flamboyant Tree | 10_Seeds

38 Available Now

This is Delonix decaryi, also known as Poinciana, and Flamboyant Tree. This beautiful tree is from Madagascar and it has blossoms that are orchid like. Although it does need a warm climate, it also grows well in containers where it can be protected from frost. It likes to live in the full sun where it blooms from late Spring until early Summer. The trunk will become highly swollen and bottle shaped which adds interest to the plant. This plant does attract butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 9b to 11
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Peltophorum pterocarpum | Copperpod | Golden Yellow Flamboyant | 10_Seeds


This is Peltophorum pterocarpum, also known as copperpod, golden flamboyant, yellow flamboyant, yellow flame tree, yellow poinciana, konda chinta, pachha sunkesula, perunkonrai, and radhachura. This fast growing tree has wonderfully fragrant and showy flowers. The flowers have yellow petals with an orange spot in the center, and the flower also has an orange stamen, and the stems are rusty red and fuzzy. The flattened seed pods that follow have a purplish brown color. This plant likes to grow in full sun if conditions are moist, but also does well in partial shade with less water. This is a larval host plant for the Common Hedge Blue butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11
Peltophorum pterocarpum | Copperpod | Golden Yellow Flamboyant | 10_Seeds

37 Available Now

This is Peltophorum pterocarpum, also known as copperpod, golden flamboyant, yellow flamboyant, yellow flame tree, yellow poinciana, konda chinta, pachha sunkesula, perunkonrai, and radhachura. This fast growing tree has wonderfully fragrant and showy flowers. The flowers have yellow petals with an orange spot in the center, and the flower also has an orange stamen, and the stems are rusty red and fuzzy. The flattened seed pods that follow have a purplish brown color. This plant likes to grow in full sun if conditions are moist, but also does well in partial shade with less water. This is a larval host plant for the Common Hedge Blue butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11
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Poncirus trifoliata | Contorted Flying Dragon | Trifoliate Orange | 10_Seed


This is Poncirus trifoliata, also known as Trifoliate Orange, Citrus trifoliata, Contorted Flying Dragon, Japanese Hardy Orange, and Bitter Orange. This hardy orange tree can grow up to 6 feet tall, or it can be grown in a container where it will probably not get that large. It likes to live in the sun but can do rather well in partial shade. The white blossoms are very attractive and are out in full force from late Spring until early Summer, but the real show stopper here are the spiky contorted branches which resemble a flying dragon if you squint and use your imagination just right. This tree is even interesting to look at in the Winter. This tree is very popular with the birds, bees and butterflies. This is a larval host plant for the Giant Swallowtail butterfly. The fruit can be eaten but it is kind of a cross between a lemon and a grapefruit. The most common uses are as marmalade, dried as seasoning, or juiced. The juice is then diluted and sweetened for a drink. USDA Hardiness Zones 6 to 10
Poncirus trifoliata | Contorted Flying Dragon | Trifoliate Orange | 10_Seed

36 Available Now

This is Poncirus trifoliata, also known as Trifoliate Orange, Citrus trifoliata, Contorted Flying Dragon, Japanese Hardy Orange, and Bitter Orange. This hardy orange tree can grow up to 6 feet tall, or it can be grown in a container where it will probably not get that large. It likes to live in the sun but can do rather well in partial shade. The white blossoms are very attractive and are out in full force from late Spring until early Summer, but the real show stopper here are the spiky contorted branches which resemble a flying dragon if you squint and use your imagination just right. This tree is even interesting to look at in the Winter. This tree is very popular with the birds, bees and butterflies. This is a larval host plant for the Giant Swallowtail butterfly. The fruit can be eaten but it is kind of a cross between a lemon and a grapefruit. The most common uses are as marmalade, dried as seasoning, or juiced. The juice is then diluted and sweetened for a drink. USDA Hardiness Zones 6 to 10
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