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This beautiful tree from South Africa can't withstand frost, but it is also attractive as a houseplant for its lovely red-black seeds. These seeds are often used in Africa for necklaces and other jewellery.
After the green-red flowers, brown woody pods are formed, each containing about 10 seeds. The wood of the tree is well known, because it’s very hard and durable.
A mixture made from the roots and the bark would bring luck to African hunters as they wash themselves with it.
Germinate quite easily by sowing them in sowing mix at 25 degrees of Celsius. Keep the soil moist constantly.
All year round
Photo 3: Purdue University