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17 years ago i got seeds and planted never knew the ID of the tree it made a cacao like pod and last week it fell down , picture attached anyone has ID of this tree
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Peter91 says...
Reminds me almost of the Malabar chestnut or something similar, can anyone confirm?
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herbalcurephilippines says...
i have a malabar chestnut in the garden , its not that, additionally the leaves are very different and the malabar chestnut pod is much smaller. This pod is about one feet long
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Peter91 says...
That pod is very interesting, have you tried to see if they're edible? And would you have any spare seeds you could part with? I wouldn't mind giving this a go I'd it turns out edible similar to the Malabar.

I'll keep looking around unless someone on the forum knows what it is.
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herbalcurephilippines says...
seeds are edible pod is a wooly and not edible
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