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Bean trees of the Yucatan

 
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http://www.backyardnature.net/yucatan/bean-fam.htm
A great website
Habim is great for cut and carry fodder in hot climates and is lush during the dry season
 
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The bull horn acacia produces pods about 2.5 inches long. the seeds are not recomended food but the pulp is soft and sweet. you just suck the pulp and spit the seeds.
 
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If you live in Florida, Alabama, Gorgia or any other hot place I would check out http://www.backyardnature.net/yucatan/hortcult.htm Back yard is the best!
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