Sophora secundiflora (Mescal Bean Tree, Texas Mountain Laurel)

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Mescal bean, sometimes known as Texas mountain laurel, is a multi-trunked evergreen plant. It belongs to the legume family. The leaves have seven to thirteen leaflets that alternate. The 3-7 in. drooping clusters of bluish lavender blooms are highly beautiful and aromatic. The fruit is a big, hard, woody, jointed...
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Mescal bean, sometimes known as Texas mountain laurel, is a multi-trunked evergreen plant. It belongs to the legume family. The leaves have seven to thirteen leaflets that alternate. The 3-7 in. drooping clusters of bluish lavender blooms are highly beautiful and aromatic. The fruit is a big, hard, woody, jointed legume pod with one to eight seeds. The seeds are brilliant red, with a firm surface and a length of around 0.5 inch.

Botanical Name : Sophora secundiflora

Common Name : Mescal Bean Tree, Texas Mountain Laurel

Height : 10- 15 ft

Spread : 5 ft

Germination Info : Seed requires scarification prior to sowing

Hardiness zone : 8-10

Other info : Very thick seed coat. Do not overwater

Average seed per ounce : Approx. 31

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