Branch of a Kentucky Coffeetree (lat. Gymnocladus dioicus)

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Branch of a Kentucky Coffeetree (lat. Gymnocladus dioicus)

By Teo Spengler If you decide to start growing a Kentucky coffeetree in your garden, it will definitely make a one-of-a-kind statement. The tall tree offers large leaves with unusual coloration and large, woody decorative pods. That said, if you want to plant Kentucky coffeetree in landscapes around your home, you’ll need to know something about the tree and its care. Read on for Kentucky coffeetree information. Kentucky Coffeetree Information The Kentucky coffeetree (Gymnocladus dioicus) is a unique deciduous tree, as you won’t find this combination of features on any other plant. Because of this, you’ll make a statement if you plant Kentucky coffeetree in landscapes near your home. The new foliage of this tree grows in pinky-bronze in springtime, but the leaf tops turn blue-green as they mature. They blaze yellow in autumn, making a nice contrast with the dark seed pods. Leave are large and beautiful, composed of

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