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  1. Monkey Thorn Senegalia galpinii

    Monkey Thorn

    Monkey Thorn is very tall, deciduous, nitrogen-fixing tree, growing to 30 m in height. It is adapted to hot dry climates and has bottle-brush cream flowers. This tree is primarily used as a fast-growing timber species for shade and animal fodder.
  2. Tara Caesalpinia spinosa

    Tara, Spiny Holdback, Guarango, Poinciana Spinosa, Wattle

    Tara was first grown in the southwest portion of the island of Madagascar. It is now found on the continents of Asia, Africa, North and South America. It is a leguminous, spiny, slow-growing shrub which can grow into a tree that can produce seed pods for up to 65 years.

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