I still remember that gigantic one in Jill Nokes's garden. Did you visit that one with us, Lee?
Anacua is the obligate host for the anacua tortoise beetle, Coptocycla texana. The wood is hard and strong and has traditionally been used for fence posts, tool handles, wheels, spokes and yokes.
Wow, never seen a sandpaper tree before... Beautiful blooms indeed!
I wasn't at Jill Nokes's that time, but I think I may have tree-envied that tree from the street when biking by her place a few times...
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