Brazilian Rain Tree Pithecellobium tortum is the scientific name of the legume commonly known
as Brazilian raintree. Like most of its relatives this tree has compound leaves, hard wood and is
spiny . . . very spiny.  Will tolerate temperatures in the upper 30F range, but not for a long time.
Although they grow in the full sun in nature, Brazilian Rain Trees as bonsai seem to
appreciate some shade during hottest days of tropical summers.  Will adapt in window lighting as well.
Keep Evenly moist. A regular weekly feeding program with a balanced liquid fertilizer during the growing
season and once a month during cooler weather will keep the P. tortum nourished.

The one that you purchase will be similar to the one depicted.


Potted in a 8″ Oval ceramic green color bonsai pot

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