Bean tree



any of several trees bearing pods resembling those of a bean, as the catalpa and the carob tree.
the laburnum, Laburnum anagyroides.
Historical Examples

It is often called “The bean tree” because its fruit is like a long bean in form.
Woodcraft Alan Douglas

noun
any of various trees having beanlike pods, such as the catalpa and carob

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