Viveros Van den Berk
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Caesalpiniaceae
Gymnocladus

Gymnocladus dioica

Kentucky coffee tree

Geweihbaum - Chicot - Doodsbeenderenboom

Gymnocladus dioica Gymnocladus dioica
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Oval 1er tamaño: más de 12 metros de alto Corona semiabierta
Altura: 10 - 30 m
Corona: oval to round, irregular
Corteza y ramas: trunk dark grey and grooved, young twigs grey
Hoja: paripinnate, green, 80 - 100 cm
Flores: whitish plumes, dioecious, June
Frutos: thick hard skin, approx. 15 - 20 cm
Aplicación: park tree, solitary
Tipo de suelo: well-drained soil
Resistencia al viento: moderate
Procedencia: central North America
Area de resistencia a las heladas: 5a
Sinónimo: -

This medium to large tree has a loose, open crown consisting of thick main branches that have few side branches. The young twigs are rough and are covered with a grey to bluish-grey frosting. The sturdy thick trunk is dark grey, rough and deeply grooved. The leaves are very large, sometimes almost 1 m but usually about 70 cm in both length and width. The leaves are paripinnate and the separate leaf segments are ovoid and measure approx. 5 - 7 cm. In autumn the leaves turn yellow. The leaf stems remain hanging for some time after the leaves have been shed. The somewhat pendulous and dense flower plumes attain a length of approx. 25 cm. After flowering, hard leguminous fruit appears that can be up to 25 cm in length. The fruit turns brown as it ripens and remains hanging on the tree for a long time.

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