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Growing A Royal Poinciana
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I have the greatest neighbors. 

I was given this Royal Poinciana tree by my neighbor.  There is a huge story behind it, and I have pretty much been given the tree to pass on a legacy. 

I do not have a green thumb at all, and mostly everything I have been successful in growing seems to do best, the more I leave it alone. 

I have to make sure this precious gift not just survives but thrives. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

Pic of the tree. I planted it next to the pond.  If that is not the right place I still have time to move it. Planted it today.
 

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That is a nice tree. You have given it plenty of sunlight.
You also gave it lots of room to grow.
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I understand they can get very large,  minusculethumbsup2
I use the roots and leaves and flowers in my Herbal Treatments.
You can google the uses but my best use here in Arizona is for Anti-diabetic and arthritis.

I'll attach a link to some the the trees uses. Herbal uses
Remember, most of this tree can be eaten raw, but best when boiled for ten minutes and drank.
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Love the leaves on that tree. Definitely would be happy if someone gave me that.  Probably wouldn't survive England's dodgy weather though   minusculebiggrin
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(07-15-2020, 10:37 PM)guohua Wrote: That is a nice tree. You have given it plenty of sunlight.
You also gave it lots of room to grow.
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I understand they can get very large,  minusculethumbsup2
I use the roots and leaves and flowers in my Herbal Treatments.
You can google the uses but my best use here in Arizona is for Anti-diabetic and arthritis.

I'll attach a link to some the the trees uses. Herbal uses
Remember, most of this tree can be eaten raw, but best when boiled for ten minutes and drank.

Thank you. I didn't know the Poinciana tree had so many medicinal uses.
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