(20mEdAbcD) Tamarindus indica is one of the worlds great trees. It is a large tree with a wide dense canopy of bright-green, fine, feathery foliage…pinnate leaves. Its 3cm orange flowers produce masses of brown pods (Tamarinds..about 15cm long) of amazingly valuable fruit…..which are juicy before drying. The Tamarinds have many uses as a food in flavouring and can be relished raw when ripe or baked over a fire. Its also used as a drink , a syrup and even a wine. The pulp is rich in nutrients. Medicinally Tamarind uses are uncountable and annually 90,000 kg of the shelled fruits are imported into the United States for the medical trade. The foliage is great fodder for cattle and goats. Excellent shade. Takes arid warm frostree conditions and is economic in 500mm plus annual rainfall. One mature tree can produce 500Kg of pods annually.. All parts of the tree are valuable. Full sun.
…..Priced at $12.90 each (200 Parries) or 3 for $29