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Commonly known as Bladdernut
Ornamental fruits on large shrubs or small trees.
Genus of about 11 species of deciduous shrubs or small trees found in woodland and thickets in northern temperate regions.
Deciduous - trifoliate to pinnate leaves
Additional Features - Good to know - - grown for their bell- or cup-shaped flowers, some fragrant, in white, cream or pink and bladder-like fruit with very hard nut-like seeds. Fruits develop rapidly after flowers fade.
Pests & Diseases - trouble free
Place of origin - temperate regions of northern hemisphere
Soil Conditions - Fertile moist well-drained soil -
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- When are seeds actually ripe and ready for collection?
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