Albizia Lebbeck (Lebbek Tree/Flea Tree/Frywood/Koko/Woman's Tongue)
- Plant Care
Albizia lebbeck is also known as Woman’s Tongue, Flea Tree, kokko, and perhaps most often as the East Indian Walnut. Albizia lebbeck is a perennial, deciduous tree, native to Asia and introduced to tropical regions across the world as a shelter tree for cash crops, for erosion control, as forage crop and as a source of hardwood. The species can tolerate a wide range of climates and soil types.
It is also a great to plant to grow if you wish to attract bees to the garden. It produces abundant nectar and pollen, thus acting as a bee attractant, and helping stimulate honey production in a bee colony.
The Albizia lebbeck tree requires full sunlight to grow.Established trees are drought tolerant and do not require excessive watering.It grows best in loamy, sandy soils that are well-drained and slightly acidic.15 - 35 °CThe application of a mixed fertilizer may enhance early growth on poorer soils.
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