Designed to help the plant enthusiast identify prominent species that can be observed in gardens and parks, and in the countryside, this is a field guide to the more common trees and shrubs, indigenous, naturalized and exotic, of the East African region.Very common throughout Uganda, around Mt Elgon (on the border between Uganda and Kenya), in the western and Rift Valley areas of Kenya and in Tanzaniaa#39;s lake areas. The species is now ... Fruit: Flat; glossy; reddish brown; up to 12 cm long, with a blunt point. Clusters of pods often conspicuous when the tree is bare.
|Title||:||Field Guide to Common Trees & Shrubs of East Africa|
|Publisher||:||Struik - 2002|