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  1. Carob, (Ceratonia siliqua), also called locust bean or St. John’s bread, tree of the pea family (), grown for its edible is native to the eastern Mediterranean region and is cultivated elsewhere. The ripe dried pods can be ground into a powder that is somewhat similar in flavour to cocoa, and carob powder, chips, and syrups are commonly used as an alternative to chocolate in.
  2. Apr 05,  · Carob trees may be grown in USDA zones Be patient as carob trees grow slowly at first but begin to bear in the sixth year of planting and may remain productive for 80 to years. Carob Tree Care. Carob tree care dictates establishing the carob tree in an area of the landscape in full sun and well drained soil. While carob can withstand.
  3. Carob tree is a species of flowering evergreen tree in the pea family, scientific name is Ceratonia siliqua L.. It is widely grown for its edible pods, and as an ornamental tree in gardens. The ripe, dried pod is often ground to carob powder, which is used to replace cocoa bars, an alternative to chocolate bars, are often available in health-food Fabaceae.
  4. The carob tree is called carrubo in Sicily, carrubio in Italy, algarrobo in Guatemala, alfarrobeira in Brazil. Fig. A rarity in southern Florida, this carob tree on the campus of the University of Miami was 15 years old when photographed in It is still bearing small fruits every year without cross-pollination.
  5. Nov 25,  · The carob tree, or Ceratonia siliqua, has fruit that looks like a dark brown pea pod, which carries pulp and is a sweet and healthy substitute for chocolate. Using it for health.
  6. Carob Tree Growing Conditions. Carob tree grows about 10 meters tall (exceptionally 15 m). It is a dioecious tree, which means each tree bears male or female flowers. Carob tree can tolerate temperature down to 20 F (-7 C) temperature. It has a thick and twisted trunk with rough and brown bark.
  7. What Is Carob? Carob grows on trees, is a member of the legume family, and is frequently turned into a popular chocolate substitute. It's also known as locust bean or St. John's bread, and has been cultivated since the late s in the Mediterranean and other parts of the world with similar climates.
  8. Carob Tree is a Mediterranean restaurant with a contemporary feel. We are located in Swains Lane in leafy Highgate, North London. We offer a wide selection of authentic Mediterranean dishes. Our specialities include Mezes, charcoal grilled fish, meat and our famous Kebabs.

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