Laburnum Trees

Care of Laburnum Tree

Doug Floyd added on July 1, 2016 | Answered

Are there any tricks to dealing with the unsightly seed pods left dropping from my laburnum tree once the flowers have faded? It can be pretty time consuming to go branch by branch and pod by pod.

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Answered on July 2, 2016

Unfortunately the seed pods are part of the natural tree process.
Removing the seed pods that drop by raking and disposing of is recommended.
All part of the tree are poisonous, so keeping the tree litter cleaned up is crucial for the safety of children and pets that may mistake the seeds pods for something to eat.

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