Sophora macrocarpa is a blooming tree or shrub in the Sophora genus of the Fabaceae family. Sophora macrocarpa is a tiny evergreen tree or big shrub with long slender branches that grows to a height of approximately 10 feet. The new growth has reddish-brown hairs and is pubescent. The leaves are alternately arranged. They're pinnate, having nine to fifteen leaflets on each side. The upper side of the leaflets is dark green, while the underside is somewhat glaucous. Long, robust stems support the hanging flower clusters. Five pale brown calyx lobes united into a cup, five long yellow petals, and 10 stamens make up each flower. The fruit is a pod with many seeds within. August through December is the blooming season.
Botanical Name : Sophora macrocarpa
Common Name : Mayo , Mayú
Height : 10 ft
Spread : 4 ft
Germination Info : Seed does not require a pre-treatment
Hardiness zone : 8-10
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 63