Erythrina crista-galli Health effects and herbal facts
Erythrina crista-galli is a flowering tree in the family Fabaceae, native to Argentina, Uruguay, southern Brazil and Paraguay. It is widely planted as a street or garden tree in other countries, most notably in California. It is known by several common names within South America: ceibo, seíbo, corticeira and the more ambiguous bucaré, to name a few. In English it is often known as the Cockspur Coral Tree. The ceibo is the national tree of Argentina, and its flower the national flower of Argentina and Uruguay. This species characteristically grows wild in gallery forest ecosystems along watercourses, as well as in swamps and wetlands. In urban settings, it is often planted in parks for its bright red flowers.
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