Sapindus Marginatus, Soap Nut – 1 kg Seeds
Sapindus marginatus, the Florida soapberry, is native to Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. It grows as a small to medium-sized small tree that usually grows to 30 feet (9.1 m) tall. It has pale gray or brown, ridged bark. The leaves are up to 1 foot (0.30 m) foot long with 6 to 13 leaflets. The leaflets are 2 to 6 inches (51 to 152 mm) long and .75 to 2.75 inches (19 to 70 mm) wide, and have pointed tips with no teeth on the edges. The leaflets may be opposite or alternate. The leaves fall in the early spring.
Florida soapberry is similar to tropical soapberry (Sapindus saponaria). Some botanists consider Florida soapberry to be the same species as tropical soapberry.