50 seeds GOLDEN RAIN TREE (Laburnum...
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Golden rain tree or Laburnum watereri is native to Central and Southern Europe.
Laburnum is native to the Alps and the mountain of Italy and the Balkans down to Albania.
Laburnum watereri has naturalised itself in various localised places in Britain.
Before we had a huge range of woodstains, the heart-wood of the Laburnum was often used as an Ebony substitute since it is very hard and a dark chocolate brown.
The sapwood is butter-yellow.
Golden rain tree plant is very toxic: especially fruit ingestion which can be fatal.
Laburnum contains alkaloids, the action of which is similar to that of nicotine contained in tobacco.
In Germany, cytisetic leaves were consumed as tobacco.
Laburnum watereri a is a melliferous plant.
Sowing seeds of Golden rain tree:
Start by soaking your Laburnum watereri seeds in lukewarm water for 3 to 4 hours and then sow your seeds in a box of fine compost under 0.5cm of depth.
Water gently with a hand sprayer.
Place your Golden rain tree culture in a greenhouse until your seedlings are 15-25 cm tall.
The seedling of Golden rain tree seeds usually takes 3 to 4 weeks.
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