Drought resistant, Hardy (tolerates temperatures down to -5ºC)
Bonsai, Culinary, Edible flower, Gardening, Medicinal, Street Tree
Seeds per gram
Soil - Ph
Soak the seeds in cool water for 24 hours. To obtain a more regular and faster germination stratify in cold for 90 days. Sowing in spring.
It grows on limestone, deep and well-drained soils.
it is called Judas Tree because it is believed that Judas hanged himself in one of these trees.
The flowers are edible and can be added to salads, eaten fried, or they can be preserved in spicy marinade. It is a popular astringent because of its pods. The bark is also used against headaches and flu.
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