The Catalpa beans are not edible, but have several uses. Indians used many parts of the tree for medicines and some say they can be used to keep moles out of a yard.
The talcum tree has many species. Here is a list of the most notable:Catalpa bignonioides - southern catalpaCatalpa brevipesCatalpa bungei - Manchurian catalpa. Source of "Chu wood".Catalpa cassinoidesCatalpa communisCatalpa cordifoliaCatalpa denticulataCatalpa domingensisCatalpa duclouxiiCatalpa ekmanianaCatalpa fargesiiCatalpa henryiCatalpa heterophyllaCatalpa himalayensisCatalpa hirsutaCatalpa kaempferiCatalpa longisiliquaCatalpa longissima - Haitian catalpaCatalpa macrocarpaCatalpa microphyllaCatalpa nanaCatalpa oblongataCatalpa obovataCatalpa ovata - Chinese catalpa. Also called the Yellow catalpa from the color of its blossomsCatalpa pottsiiCatalpa pubescensCatalpa pumilaCatalpa punctataCatalpa purpureaCatalpa silvestriiCatalpa speciosa - northern catalpaCatalpa sutchuensisCatalpa ternifoliaCatalpa thunbergiiCatalpa tibeticaCatalpa umbraculiferaCatalpa vestitaCatalpa wallichiana
Catalpa speciosa is the Latin name for the Northern Catalpa
The Scientific Name For A Catalpa Tree Is Catalpa speciosa.
It is primarily an ornamental tree. The wood is too soft to use as lumber, but it is sometimes used in acoustic guitars. It is also used to attract and hold Catalpa Worms, which are used for fishing
the Northern Catalpa
It could be a Catalpa (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catalpa).
Most types of Catalpa are deciduous. None are coniferous.
I haven't tried to grow a catalpa from seed. However, the way that catalpa seedlings grow abundantly near mature trees I have observed--both in eastern and western Massachusetts--suggest they grow easily. My theory is that snow plowing has a lot to do with getting the beans buried and off to the sides of roads or parking lots, where they manage to grow without interference from lawn mowers or other controlled landscaping.
No. It is a tree
The Catalpa Rescue - 2007 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:PG
They aren't edible, but some people report that they can be used to keep moles out of your yard.
The beans used are small white haricot beans often called pea beans or navy beans.Another answer is: Most store bought baked beans are made from haricot beans (also known as navy beans) soaked in a tomato sauce.source: Ask Encyclopedia
The Latin name for Cataba tree depends on the species. Common species in North America are the Catalpa bignonioides and Catalpa speciosa.
Green beans, wax beans, kidney beans, canalini beans, garbanzo beans, and pinto beans are used often. Any bean can be a salad component.
Beans are measured by the Bushel
the catalpa tree
Mung beans and lentils are popular beans for sprouting.