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Acacia aneura – Mulga Wattle
This small desert tree is one of Australia's most common and widespread trees and is found in all dry regions in the lower two thirds of the continent. It forms a much branched crown with very narrow, needle-like and distinctly silvery-gray foliage. The bright yellow flowers are held in dense, small..
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A medium to large tree to 30 m tall, native to northern Australia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea with attractive, sickle-shaped phyllodes (leaves that are actually not leaves but widened leaf stalks) and yellow, bottle-brush-like flowers in great profusion. Besides being grown as a robust ornament..
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Acacia cincinnata – Scorpion Wattle
A small to moderately-sized, evergreen, tropical tree to about 25 m tall with long phyllodes and spikes of cream white, scented flowers. Acacia cincinnata is native to Australia and islands of the South West Pacific, where it grows in open forests. It makes a nice ornamental and is also planted for ..
From USD 5.81 In Stock
Acacia melanoxylon – Australian Blackwood
A variable, moderate, evergreen tree rarely more than 20 m tall with a dense crown of dark green phyllodes and spikes of cream white, scented flowers. Acacia melanoxylon is native to coastal eastern and southeastern Australia, including Tasmania. It makes a lovely ornamental for warm temperate and s..
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A dry-deciduous, small to medium size tree to about 13 m tall, valued for its many uses -medicinal, forage, wood for construction- since the era of Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece. Originally native to Africa, the Arabian Peninsula and southern Asia, today it is also cultivated in other parts of th..
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Acacia sieberiana
Paperbark Thorn

= Vachellia sieberiana
A medium-size tree that will reach 20 to 25 m in height, distributed in sub-Saharan Africa, from Ethiopia, Sudan and Chad, down to South Africa. It has peeling, creamy-yellow bark, a spreading umbrella-shaped crown, branches armed with pairs of long, white thorns, feathery, dark-green foliage and a ..
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Acacia tortilis – Umbrella Thorn Tree
Very widespread and very common on the Arabian Peninsula and over the drier parts of the African continent in bush, scrub and woodlands, the typical broad, flat, umbrella-shaped crown of this iconic tree is immediately associated with the African savanna. It grows into a moderately large tree with p..
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Acacia xanthophloea – Fever Tree, Sulphur Bark
Native to eastern and southern Africa to 2100 m, this medium-sized, dry deciduous tree can reach to 25 m tall and grows in woodlands, swamps, riverine forests and flooded grasslands. Due to its presence in humid, mosquito-ridden habitats, locals associate it with malaria and its beautiful lemon-gree..
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Adenanthera microsperma – Small Coral Pea
A large dry deciduous tree to 30 m tall, with pinnate foliage, catkin-like, yellowish white inflorescences and bright red, showy seeds. Adenanthera microsperma is native to dry forests in tropical Asia to 600 m. It is popular for its hard, reddish wood, for use as a fodder tree, for various medicina..
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Adenanthera pavonina – Coral Pea, Saga Seed Tree
A large tree native to tropical Asia with pinnate foliage, catkin-like, yellowish white inflorescences and bright red, showy seeds. It is widely planted throughout the tropics for its hard, reddish wood, for use as a fodder tree, for various medicinal uses, a red dye and as an ornamental shade tree...
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A beautiful, medium to large, dry deciduous tree with a spreading crown of drooping, dark, glossy green, pinnate leaves and conspicuous red and green flowers that are followed by large pods with very attractive, red and black seeds. Afzelia quanzensis is related to Bauhinia and native to woodlands i..
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Afzelia xylocarpa – Makha Tree
A beautiful, medium to very large, dry deciduous tree with a spreading crown of drooping, dark, glossy green, pinnate leaves and conspicuous green and orange flowers that are followed by large, woody pods with very attractive, brown seeds with orange arils. Afzelia xylocarpa is related to Bauhinia a..
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Agave quiotepecensis – Lion's Tail Agave
A moderately large, solitary Agave that has been described as a new species in 2019 from dry deciduous lowland forest along the Papaloapan river in northern Oaxaca, Mexico between 500 and 850 m. It is most closely related to Agave titanota and forms a spreading rosette of pale bluish green leaves no..
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A large, dry-deciduous tree to about 25 m tall, native to dry forests in India and Sri Lanka, with a spreading crown of pinnate leaves and small, white flowers followed by winged, reddish fruits. It is a popular and very undemanding shade tree for the tropics but also used for fodder, wood and in tr..
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Albizia chinensis – Chinese Silk Tree
A very large, evergreen or dry deciduous tree with a spreading crown of finely pinnate leaves and pretty, powderpuff-like, white flowers in large clusters. It is widely distributed from Pakistan over much of India to Southern China, the Philippines and Indonesia and found in a variety of habitats. A..
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Albizia lebbeck – Lebbek Tree, Frywood
A large tree native to southern Asia to 1600 m with pinnate foliage and intensely fragrant, feathery greenish yellow flowers followed by papery seed pods. Apart from being a popular ornamental, it has a wide variety of other uses...
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Albizia odoratissima – Ceylon Rosewood, Fragrant Black Siris
A large, semi-deciduous tree with a spreading, dense crown of pinnate foliage and fragrant, pale yellow, powderpuff-like flowers. Native to India from the Himalayas to Sri Lanka and from Pakistan to Sikkim and Southeast Asia, it is also popularly cultivated for its durable wood, as a fodder tree or ..
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Albizia procera – White Siris
A large, dry deciduous tree to about 30 m tall with an open, light crown of bipinnate leaves and white, powderpuff-like flowers, followed by red or reddish brown seed pods. It is widely distributed from India to southern China, the Solomon Islands and Australia and found in a wide variety of habitat..
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Albizia saman
Rain Tree

= Samanea saman
An outstanding large ornamental and shade tree for tropical regions with a large, spreading, dome-shaped crown to 30 m (100 ft.) across, if given ample room. Spaced more closely to produce tall, straight trunks, it can grow even higher, to 60 m in rare cases, and is a useful plantation tree that yie..
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Bauhinia thonningii – Tambarib, Rhodesian Bauhinia
A small, much-branched tree, common and widely distributed in savannas throughout Africa and in Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula, with bilobed leaves and small, white, bell-shaped flowers. Bark and seeds are used to make red and blue dyes, and the tree has a host of applications in traditional medicin..
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Brachychiton rupestris – Queensland Bottle Tree
An attractive, small to medium-sized, dry deciduous tree with a thick, bottle-shaped trunk, a rounded crown of narrow, simple or deeply lobed leaves and small, cream to pinkish, bell-shaped flowers. It is native to central Queensland, Australia and a popular ornamental tree for warm temperate and tr..
From USD 7.15 In Stock
Canavalia ensiformis – Sword Bean, Jack Bean
A perennial vine of unclear origin with large leaves and long seeds pods, widely cultivated for its large seeds which are edible after boiling...
From USD 6.92 In Stock
Cenchrus ciliaris – Buffel Grass, African Foxtail Grass
A low, perennial grass native from Africa over the Arabian Peninsula to India but widely introduced elsewhere and in some countries considered an invasive pest. It is mainly planted for erosion control and livestock grazing...
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Centotheca lappacea
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Centrosema macrocarpum
A perennial, tropical vine with large leaves that have three leaflets and large, white flowers with a purplish throat. It is native to Central and South America but widely grown elsewhere in the tropics for forage, as a ground cover or as a very fast growing ornamental...
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Centrosema pubescens
A perennial, tropical vine with large leaves that have three leaflets and large, lilac flowers in small clusters. It is native to southern Mexico, Central America and but widely grown elsewhere in the tropics for forage, as a ground cover or as a very fast growing ornamental...
From USD 5.02 In Stock
Chamaecrista nictitans – Sensitive Cassia
A herb or low, upright shrub to less than a meter tall, native to North, Central and South America but naturalized elsewhere thanks to its ornamental potential. It presents slender, hairy stems, pinnately compound leaves, with yellowish-green leaflets, which are sensitive to the touch and fold toget..
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An annual grass, widely distributed over tropical Asia and most well know for its hard-shelled, large, pale bluish seeds commonly used for necklaces...
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Commiphora multijuga – Purple Stem Corkwood
This amazing small tree forms a trunk with smooth, intensely purplish to bluish gray bark and an ascending crown with long-stalked, pinnate leaves with spoon-shaped leaflets. It rarely grows more than 5 m tall. Commiphora multijuga is native to northern Namibia and southern Angola where it grows in ..
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