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Archive: September, 2015

Annual Arbor Week 1-7 September 2015

What is Arbor Week and Why Get Involved?

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Carob tree - Ceretonia siliqua for Chocolate lovers

The Ceretonia Siliqua is commonly known as the Carob tree or in Afrikaans as the Johannes Broodboom. They are evergreen, flowering shrubs or trees that happen to be family of the pea. They are native to the mediterranean and grow well in warm temperate and hot and humid coastal areas as well.

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