Indian bean tree


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Indian bean tree

n.
The catalpa (Catalpa bignonioides) of the southern United States, having long beanlike pods.
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Catalpa (Indian bean tree) and Paulownia (foxglove) left alone will grow into large trees, but you can keep them manageable by hacking back every spring and enjoying their exotic-looking foliage.
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Catalpa (Indian bean tree) and Paulownia (foxglove) left alone will grow into large trees, but you can JOBS FOR THE WEEK keep them manageable by hacking back every spring and enjoying their exotic-looking foliage.
The Lord Mayor of Westminster, Councillor Tim Joiner, then led other dignitaries in placing wreaths before a historic Indian bean tree, planted by The Queen at the time of her Coronation in 1953.
Among her 160 different shrubs and trees, there is a Lantern Tree and an Indian Bean Tree, more than 70 types of clematis and 30 hostas, without a slug or snail nibble in sight - thanks to the hedgehogs, she explains.
The catalpa, also known as Indian bean tree and fish bait tree, should be considered for every country home.
The dangling green pods make identification simple, even from a distance, and give rise to the common name Indian bean tree. By fall the pods dry and brown.
Catalpa (Indian bean tree) and paulownia (foxglove) left alone will grow into large trees but you can keep them manageable by hacking them back hard every spring and enjoying their exotic looking foliage.
Its peaceful 14 acres of gardens are dotted with ornamental trees carrying exotic names such as Indian Bean Tree, Tree of Heaven and Tulip Trees.
Catalpa (Indian bean tree) and Paulownia (foxglove) left alone will grow into large trees but you can keep them manageable by hacking back every spring and enjoying their exotic looking foliage.
Crosby Labour MP Claire Curtis Thomas planted an Indian bean tree, chosen because it has heart shaped leaves and grows straight and tall, at Pottersbarn Park in Crosby to mark the initiative.
You can't beat the Golden Indian Bean tree (catalpa bignonioides aurea) if you want all-round interest.

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