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KOLA NUT

The image shows the kola nut seed pod with the tough husk cut by half longitudinally exposing the nuts and their yellow fleshy covering.By Bob Walker Public Domain Mark 1.0 (Photo Credits)
Botanical Name: Cola acuminata
Description

The kola nut is a caffine-containing nut from an evergreen tree. The tree have yellow flowers with purple spots and star-shaped fruit. Inside the fruit about a dozen round or square seeds develop in a white seed pod. The nut's aroma is sweet and rose-like. The first taste is bitter, but it sweetens on chewing. The nut can be boiled to extract the cola. This tree reaches 25 meters in height and is grown from seed.

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Kola Nut 10/10

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Update: 352 days 8hrs

Comments: - Awesome tropical plant with a great aesthetic quality. Beautiful foliage. 

Planted: 2018

Growing: In a Pot


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