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Leucana or "Guaje" in North America?

 
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Hi to all,

Wondering if anybody has been successful growing Leucana or Guaje (MX)  anywhere in the US, it likes pretty hot weather, a small shrubby bean tree with fodder potential.  Thanks. M
 
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I have seen David the Good mention that tree, Leucana so I assume he has some experience with it.  I believe he is in Florida.
 
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Thanks Ann.
 
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