Wordless Wednesday: I call it a string bean tree

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Mortgage and Lending with Jack Tenold LLC Jack Tenold NMLS 10261

Wordless Wednesday: I call it a string bean tree but technically it belongs to the Fabaceae family. Such interesting flora grows in Hawaii.  

Tree growing in Honolulu

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Libby Cousins
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Those trees are so cool! The pods are huge and it would be yummy if they were green beans. Are they edible?

Feb 07, 2018 04:05 PM #1
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Roy Kelley
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Thanks for sharing your photograph.

Have an outstanding week.

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