MADERO NEGRO TREE
The trees of Madero Negro are widely used in Costa Rica to create walls, fences, or barriers. But the majority of the population doesn't know the hidden powers of this very special tree.
Has healing and restorative properties for damaged, perturbed, and highly industrialized soils and grounds.
Thrives and grows after severe damages like fire.
Its wood is able to resist a vast amount of mold, termites.
Contains strong qualities to fix nitrogen.
Dried leaves repel mosquitoes, rats, and other plagues.
The flower can be eaten and serves as a part of Costa Rican traditional cuisine.