Gymnocladus dioecious. Bund canadian. Kentucky coffeetree. SEEDS 5 PCS.
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Gymnocladus dioecious, or the canadian Bund, or the Kentucky coffee tree (lat. Gymnocladus dioicus) is a species of tree in the genus Gymnocladus of the Legume family.

It is found in the United States and Canada from Texas and Louisiana to Ontario and South Dakota, in lowlands, river floodplains, and on the lower wet tiers of the Appalachian mountains.

Cultivates. Two copies are located in the Kharkiv Shevchenko garden. Used in Park landings in Almaty

These are tall trees up to 30 meters high, with a trunk up to 90 centimeters in diameter, divided into 3-4 powerful branches at a height of 3-4 meters. With free development, a narrow pyramidal crown is formed up to 8 meters in diameter.

In America, the bunduk is called the coffee tree, because in the past, its roasted seeds were used as a cheap substitute for coffee.

Thanks to the double-feathered large leaves that give a beautiful appearance to plants, it is used as an ornamental plant.

Gymnocladus dioecious was used in Indian folk medicine. It is used in homeopathy.
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