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Camphor Tree benefits?  RSS feed

 
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Location: Lakeland Florida zone 9
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I purchased 40 acres in north Florida. It is mostly covered in pines, oaks, blueberries, American plums, holly and a few blackberries.
I have been planting loquats, peaches, pears, nectarines, apples, plums, figs, cherries and any other seed I can get my hands on. I plan to plant a lot of pecans this fall when they get ripe.
Question, I have a few camphor tree seedlings. Are there any benefits to adding these to my future homestead ? Some information points out the medical/herbal uses, others point out that they can be invasive.

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