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Kentucky Coffee Tree, Gymnocladus dioicus, 16 Seeds (Fast, Fall Color, Hardy)

Kentucky Coffee Tree is a tall deciduous tree with rough, scaly gray-brown bark and large bipinnate compound leaves. It is native to  Central and Eastern North America. It grows 60 to 80 feet tall with an irregular open oval to obovate crown. Large leaves to 3 feet long, divided into 3 to 7 pairs of pinnae, with individual leaflets 1 to 3 inches long. Leaflets are blue-green in summer, turning yellow in fall. Larger trees typically cast light shade. As the specific epithet suggests, the species is dioecious (separate male and female trees). Greenish white flowers appear in late spring. Male flowers in clusters to 4 inches long. Female flowers in panicles to 12 inches long. Female flowers are fragrant. Fertilized female flowers give way to flattened reddish brown pods to 10 inches long which ripen in October and persist well into winter.

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