The Q&A Archives: Sissoo Trees

Question: Please give me information on Sissoo trees. The sales people I talk to seem to give me conflicting information.

Answer: Dalbergia sissoo are deciduous tress that grow to 80 feet in height. They're native to India, where they're grown for lumber. The trees are members of the legume family and some species develop many yellowish- white stamens that produce pod-like seed structures. The leaves are three inches long and oval in shape. Hope this information helps!

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