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Yellow wood Overview
There are more than 250 species in this genus of bushy, spiny deciduous or evergreen shrubs and trees. Native to warm temperate and subtropical regions around the world, they are cultivated for their aromatic bark and leaves, and are widely used in Asia in cooking and for medicinal purposes. Several species are also commonly grown as Bonsai specimens.
How to propagate Yellow wood
You can propagate by seeds in the autumn.
Root cuttings in late winter.
Other uses of Yellow wood
Grown for their fruits, aromatic foliage and habit. The bark has medicinal use.