Zanthoxylum americana - Kiespijnboom (1-5)

€ 0,45

Hoogte: 4 m.

Bloeit: apr-mei

Type: HTr

Winterhard in: zones 3-7 (-25 C)


Bloem is onopvallend, maar geurt lekker en lokt insecten. Daarna rode bessen. Alles aan deze plant geurt naar citrus. Geneesplant (oa kiespijn!).


Zaai-instructies: Zaai in herfst, zet buiten. Kiem in lente.

Plant-instructies: Zon, halfschaduw.





Description: Flowers are greenish-yellow, fragrant and inconspicuous, but are quite attractive to bees. Female flowers give way to clusters of rounded, reddish-brown, berry-like fruits (follicles) which mature in late summer (1-2 shiny black seeds per follicle). Fruits may be the best ornamental feature. All parts of this plant (leaves, flowers, fruit, bark and roots) are aromatic (lemony fragrance). Sometimes commonly called toothache tree because Native Americans chewed the bark or fruits (producing a numbing effect) for relief from toothache pain. Native Americans also prepared a variety of medicinal decoctions from the bark and roots


Height: 4 m.

Flowers: apr-may

Type: HTr

Hardy in: zones 3-7 (-25 Celsius)


Sowing instructions: Sow in autumn and put outside. Germinates in spring.


Planting instructions: Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Tolerates poor soils.