The fruit of the tree is the long, twisted seed pod, which forms in late summer and turns from green to reddish brown as it matures. The pods emit a sweet aroma when they ripen and are sometimes eaten by livestock and wildlife.  Photo 2 of 5 in The Modernist’s Tree

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The fruit of the tree is the long, twisted seed pod, which forms in late summer and turns from green to reddish brown as it matures. The pods emit a sweet aroma when they ripen and are sometimes eaten by livestock and wildlife.

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