Tree identification

Wow, loads of trees in our garden, about 104, with around 26 different varieties!  Here’s the list:

Avocado

Avocado.  Fruits May-July

 

Banana

 

Banana

Bottlebrush

 

Bottlebrush

Bouganvillea

 

Bouganvillea

Brazilian Cherry

 

Brazilian Cherry

Cabbage tree

 

Cabbage/Carrot tree

 

Camelsfoot

 

Camels Foot tree.  So called because its leaves resemble the shape of a camels footprint.  You’ll see them everywhere, big, medium and tiny shoots growing everywhere.  It can be a pest, but it can also be useful for feeding goats as they love it!

Cashew leaves Cashew

 

Cashew.  Fruit and nuts in May

 

Erythmina Latissma

 

Erythmina Latissma

Eucalyptus Globoferus

 

Eucalyptus Globoferus.  Yes, its eucalyptus, not the type I’m used to with the long thin leaves that smell so distinctive.  A different variety.

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Frangipani.  Blossoms end of dry season.  White irritating sap.

Guava

 

Guava

IMG_6488-Optimized  African Tulip Tree  – Spathodea Campanulata

 

 

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Jacaranda 2

 

Jacaranda.  Beautiful blue fragrant flowers, end of dry season.

Lemon

 

Lemon

Mango

 

Mango.  Fruits end of dry season and into rainy season.  New shoots grow very easily, too easily.  Trees grow huge and can be a pest.  One big tree produces enough fruit for you and your street.

Moringa

 

Moringa.  Super healthy leaves.

Orange Orange 2

 

Orange.  Flowers in June, fruits at Christmas

Passion Fruit

 

Passion Fruit.  Fruits in June

Pine 1 Pine 2 Pine 3 Pine 4 We’ve a number of pine trees but I don’t know exactly which variety.

 

 

 

Plateau Berry

 

Plateau Berry.  Fruits in June

Rock Fig - Ficus umbellata

 

Fig

Senna siamae

 

Senna Siamea

Senna tree Senna

 

Senna family?

 

Soruspermum cumthianum 2  Soruspermum cumthianum

 

Soruspermum cumthianum

 

 

 

 

 

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