Pithecellobium dulce growing tree of the genus Pithecellobium also known as Sweet Inga or Monkeypod, Pithecellobium dulce perennial evergreen to semi-deciduous plant also used as ornamental plant, can grow in tropic, mediterranean, subtropical climate, fixing nitrogen
Flower fragrant the color white the flowers have dozen of stamina Fruit grow in pods, the pod color is pink looks like scorpions tail, fruit pulp is white and hairy until 4-6 fruits in pod, in some cultivars peel easy, the seeds also edible
Common name: Manila tamarind, Madras thorn Bloom time: Spring Height: 7-15 m Difficulty level: easy
Planting & Care
Sunlight: Full sun
Soil: Grows on poor soils in dry climates and along coastlines, including areas where roots are in brackish or salt water.
Water: Average amount of water / heavy of water
Harvesting: Cut as needed for fuel, the tree has a fast rate of growth, coppices vigorously and can withstand "any amount of pruning, lopping, or browsing by animals." Use