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Caesalpinia

Fabaceae

Caesalpinia os now being taken out of the prolog store and planted in pots so it will be available very soon!

Caesalpinia is a diverse genus of flowering plants within the legume family, Fabaceae, encompassing around 150 species of trees, shrubs, and woody vines. These plants are native to tropical and subtropical regions around the world, including Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Caesalpinia species are known for their showy and often fragrant flowers, which come in a variety of vibrant colors such as yellow, orange, and red. The leaves are typically pinnately compound, with small leaflets arranged along a central stem. Many species produce pods or legumes containing seeds, which may have ornamental or culinary value depending on the species. Caesalpinia plants are valued for their ornamental beauty and often used in landscaping and gardening to add color and texture to gardens and public spaces. Additionally, some species have medicinal properties and are used in traditional medicine for various purposes. Overall, Caesalpinia is a diverse and attractive genus that contributes to the biodiversity and beauty of tropical ecosystems.

Caesalpinia
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