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Legume trees

 
David Chan
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I am creating a food forest in my garden, i want plant legume for the Nitrogen fixing purpose, i got a kind of tree, Tabebuia rosea, it is easy to grow here, but I wonder is it a legume?
 
S Bengi
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Nope not a legumes or a nitrogen fixer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tabebuia_rosea

Look here for a few legume.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legume_family
 
andrew curr
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David Chan wrote: I am creating a food forest in my garden, i want plant legume for the Nitrogen fixing purpose, i got a kind of tree, Tabebuia rosea, it is easy to grow here, but I wonder is it a legume?
where do you live
 
David Chan
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andrew curr wrote:
David Chan wrote: I am creating a food forest in my garden, i want plant legume for the Nitrogen fixing purpose, i got a kind of tree, Tabebuia rosea, it is easy to grow here, but I wonder is it a legume?
where do you live


I live in Malaysia, tropical country, aren't those trees who bearing bean pods are legumes, i find a lot of bean pods in Tabebuia rosea?
 
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