Ceratonia siliqua L.;
India (I) ; Bihar ; Haryana ; Maharashtra ; Punjab; Tamil Nadu ; West Bengal; (as per ILDIS);
Albania; Algeria; Argentina; Balearic Is; Canary Is; Cape Verde; Caribbean-TRP;
China; Comoro Is; Corsica; Cyprus; East Aegean Is(Greek); Ethiopia; France-F.E.;
Greece; Gruzia; Iran; Iraq; Israel; Italy-F.E.; Jordan; Kenya; Kriti; Lebanon;
Libya; Malta; Mauritius; Mexico(North & Central); Morocco; Mozambique;
Namibia; New Zealand(North); New Zealand(South); Norfolk I; Peru; Portugal;
Reunion; Rodrigues; Sardegna; Sicilia; Sinai; South Africa; Spain-F.E.; Sudan;
Syria; Tanzania; Tunisia; Turkey in Asia; United States; Yugoslavia; Zambia;
Zimbabwe
as per Catalogue of Life;

Ceratonia siliqua : 3 posts by 1 author.
With reference our / site, I am looking for a large plant or tree that provides the (Ceratonia siliqua) Carob, kharnub fruit. this is edible, but not common in india.
It belongs to the Fabaceae (legume) family.


If somebody is aware of it, pl. post.


Please note that the pod is edible and sweet.


This tree was seen planted in Royal Botanical Garden, Sydney, and also in home gardens..
Ceratonia siliqua.. Fabaceae


 

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