Chinaberry Tree


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I have what I believe to be a Chinaberry tree growing in my backyard. However, I'm not entirely sure, only because it hasn't flowered yet. I first noticed it when it was just a sapling about two years ago and now it's over ten feet in height (just over 3 meters). I don't want a Chinaberry tree, but I don't want to cut it down until I confirm its identification.

Question: Does anyone know how long it takes a Chinaberry tree to first flower?

BTW, I know for my area the Chinaberry usually flowers from March to May, but I can't find at what point in its growth if first starts flowering.
 
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Twigs

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It will flower and fruit within 3-4 years.
Easy to ID by the feather like leaves.
 

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