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Fascinating facts about the Fabaceae family

Denise Bush

Fabaceae is commonly called the pea / bean family. It is the third biggest plant family after Orchidaceae (orchids) and Asteraceae (daisies) with approximately 700 genera and 18,000 species. There are three sub families within Fabaceae ... are fused together. The fruit is also the same across the genera, a narrow pod, opening at the sides, with the seeds in a row inside. Another characteristic that Fabaceae share is their nitrogen fixing properties. They have a fibrous tap root with

10:38

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Cladastris kentuckea

Denise Bush

...metres in diameter. C. kentuckea 'Perkins Pink' It is sometimes listed as C. lutea and the common name for this lovely tree is Yellow Wood. It is a member of the pea/bean family Fabaceae. In spring the yellow-green, pinnate compound leaves

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Asiatic yellow wood

Denise Bush

Maakia amurensis, common names Amur maackia and Asiatic yellow wood, is a deciduous tree and one of 16 species in the genus Maackia. It is a member of the Fabaceae family and has the characteristic flower shape of the rest of the pea family. It is