It is also known in English as Mexican Hawthorn and Alipotec. It is also called Raiz de menjurra in Spanish. It is found in humid tropical forests along the Pacific Coast. It is a sturdy wood, which requires very little attention and can withstand extreme cold and dryness. It has a thick, gray-green trunk that reaches up to more than 30 feet high and a twisting, knotted trunk with three to four le

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