Milo is an indigenous salt tolerant native tree with heart shaped leaves and large yellow flowers.  Milo is used for shoreline erosion control, makes a great shade tree, animal fodder, windbreak, and the wood is highly desirable in woodcrafting.

Seeds are large and when mature, are encased in a brown flattened-round shaped pod.  There are approximately 1840 seeds per pound.

Plant height:  30′

Germination:  Few weeks

Elevation:  Shoreline-1000′