Mysore Thorn (Caesalpinia decapetala)
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The bark is a rich source of tannin[158, 272].
Plants are often grown as field boundaries in Nepal. An excellent hedge plant. However, due to its doubtful hardiness it is not a good candidate for this use in Britain.
Wood – moderately hard.
Cultivation & Habitat
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