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Behada

575.00

Behada

575.00
Terminalia bellirica, known as bahera or beleric or bastard myrobalan, (Arabic: beliledj بليلج,[1] Sanskrit: Bibhitaka बिभीतक,[2] Aksha अक्ष[3]), is a large deciduous tree common on plains and lower hills in Southeast Asia, where it is also grown as an avenue tree. The basionym is Myrobalanus bellirica Gaertn
Famed as one of the trio of rejuvenating dry fruits that constitute the miraculous Triphala formulation, Baheda, or Bibhitaki is a classical ayurvedic ingredient that is extremely beneficial in relieving respiratory anomalies while balancing all the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) and nourishing the dhatus within the body
The plant is usually found flourishing in scattered forests, upper layer trees of stream valleys, lower seasonal rain forests, sunny mountain slopes, monsoon forests, and mixed deciduous forests, and thrives best on fertile, loamy soils with good drainage.
Baheda is a tree of deciduous origin that grows to a height of up to 12-50 metres and a diameter of 3 metres with a roundish-oval crown. It usually has a buttressed trunk at the base with branches of up to 20 metres in length. The bark is usually 10-20 mm thick, bluish or ashey-grey in colour and covered with numerous fine longitudinal cracks and yellowish inner marks on the bark.
Common Names : Beleric Myrobalan, Barro, Bedda Nut Tree, Thani, Thandri, Baheda, Bastard Myrobalan, Bolsuiri, Belliric Myrabolan, Beach Almond, Agong, Belleric and Behere
Maximum Reachable Height: 40m

Ghorakh Chinch

580.00

Ghorakh Chinch

580.00
Adansonia digitata are large deciduous trees with a large thick trunk (possibly the thickest in the world) that is thick-boled (bottle-shaped) reach a diameter of 10-14 m (33-46 ft).
Adansonia digitata are large deciduous trees with a large thick trunk (possibly the thickest in the world) that is thick-boled (bottle-shaped) reach a diameter of 10-14 m (33-46 ft).
The trees usually grow as solitary individuals, and are large and distinctive elements of savanna or scrubland vegetation. Some large individuals live to well over a thousand years of age.[13] All baobab trees are deciduous, losing their leaves in the dry season, and remain leafless for eight months of the year.
 They grow best in areas with a mean annual temperature in the range 20 – 30c They prefer a mean annual rainfall of 250 – 1,000mm, but can tolerate it as low as 100mm or as high as 1,500mm. They cannot succeed in areas subject to frost, being able to tolerate no more than one day of frost each year. Requires a position in full sun in a sandy, well-drained soil Plants do not grow in deep sandy soils, presumably because they are unable to obtain sufficient anchorage and moisture, but are commonly found in sandy soils overlying loam and with a high water table.  Established plants are very drought tolerant
They can grow to between 5–25 m (16–82 ft) in height. They are in fact known both for their height and trunk’s girth. The trunk tends to be bottle-shaped and can reach a diameter of 10–14 m (33–46 ft).
Common names for the baobab include monkey-bread tree (the soft, dry fruit is edible), upside-down tree (the sparse branches resemble roots), and cream of tartar tree
Maximum reachable height : 65ft

Ghost tree

570.00

Ghost tree

570.00
Ghost Trees is a famed big wave surfing location off the 18th hole of Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California. The wave breaks off the rock-strewn shoreline known as Pescadero Point. On rare winter days with the proper westerly angle, waves are focused by the deep Carmel Canyon to rear up as much as 60 feet in height. Formerly known as Pesky’s, Ghost Trees is considered one of the most dangerous waves in the world due to its slab shape, massive boils, strong current, bull kelp, and the underwater labyrinth of natural rock pillars in the impact zone. It is also frequented by white sharks.
A small to medium-sized tree with a pale-coloured trunk, it is commonly known as the भुत्या in Marathi (meaning ghost tree), kulu, Indian tragacanth, gum karaya, katira, sterculia gum or kateera gum
Water Requirements: Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater.
Sun Exposure: Full Sun.
Plant Spread : 20-30 ft. ( 6-9 m)
Common Name : Moringa ovalifolia
Maximum Reachable Height: 9m

Haldu

1,900.00

Haldu

1,900.00
Description: Haldina cordifolia is a deciduous tree that can grow well over 20 metres high. The flowers may be insignificant individually but can be seen as attractive when they bloom together in inflorescences with a circumference of 20–30 mm. They are usually yellow often tinged with a shade of pink. H. cordifolia usually blossoms during winter (dry season) months. The bark of the tree acts as an antiseptic
Special Features: Haldu can be used for several applications:
interior: e.g. furniture, stairs, panelling, flooring, veneer, boxes and crates, pencils, joinery, sliced veneer, cigar boxes, light carpentry
Plant essentials: It grows well under 300-1000m altitude  and prefers  well-drained soil. Suitable soil  pH range  is between  5.5  to  6.5.  The annual temperature requirement is within the range of 250C-350C  and prefers  a mean  annual rainfall between 1000-2000mm.
Plant Spread : Up to 40 m tall and 2.2m in diameter.
Maximum reachable height: 20 m
Common name : Haldina cordifolia

Hirda

545.00

Hirda

545.00
Terminalia chebula, commonly known as black- or chebulic myrobalan,is a species of Terminalia, native to South Asia from India and Nepal east to southwest China (Yunnan), and south to Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and Vietnam
They have an acute tip, cordate at the base, margins entire, glabrous above with a yellowish pubescence below.[citation needed] The fruit is drupe-like, 2–4.5 cm (0.79–1.77 in) long and 1.2–2.5 cm (0.47–0.98 in) broad, blackish, with five longitudinal ridges.[3] The dull white to yellow flowers are monoecious, and have a strong, unpleasant odour. They are borne in terminal spikes or short panicles. The fruits are smooth ellipsoid to ovoid drupes, yellow to orange-brown in colour, with a single angled stone.
Growing to 30 m (98 ft) tall, with a trunk up to 1 m (3 ft 3 in) in diameter. The leaves are alternate to subopposite in arrangement, oval, 7–8 cm (2.8–3.1 in) long and 4.5–10 cm (1.8–3.9 in) broad with a 1–3 cm (0.39–1.18 in) petiole.
Common Name : Terminalia chebula
Maximum Reachable Height: 30m

Kaliaspati

1,050.00

Kaliaspati

1,050.00

Description: Couroupita guianensis, known by a variety of common names including cannonball tree, is a deciduous tree in the flowering
plant family Lecythidaceae. It is native to the tropical forests of Central and South America, and it is cultivated in many other tropical
areas throughout the world because of its beautiful, fragrant flowers and large, interesting fruits. Fruits are brownish grey

Special Features: There are medicinal uses for many parts of Couroupita guianensis, and the tree has cultural and religious significance
in India. Flower of Kailashpati has six petals. Reddish inside and yellowish outside. Tremendously aromatic and smell can be felt strongly
in near-by area. Inside structure is horizontal “Uâ€​ shape. This inner structure is the reason it is offered to Lord Shiva and hence
name in Marathi, as some thinks.

Plant Essentials: Its a very  fast growing tree but shades leaves frequently . It takes nearly 12 to 15 yrs to bloom. After 10yrs of age few
apply bone dust or phos to have early bloom.

Plant Spread: In the partial shade, and water them daily until the seedlings are about a foot high. Plant them out in the sun, with plenty of
room for them to grow tall and big.

Another name : Cannon
Ball

Maximum Reachable Height : Up to 15
meter

Kapur tree

580.00

Kapur tree

580.00
Cinnamomum camphora is a species of evergreen tree that is commonly known under the names camphor tree, camphorwood or camphor laurel
C. camphora is cultivated for camphor and timber production. The production and shipment of camphor, in a solid, waxy form, was a major industry in Taiwan prior to and during the Japanese colonial era (1895–1945). It was used medicinally and was also an important ingredient in the production of smokeless gunpowder and celluloid
Water a camphor tree during a drought with 1 inch of water once every two or three weeks. However, during the first year after planting, water it every week to help it become well established. Otherwise, a camphor needs little water to thrive since it is extremely drought tolerant.
Each tree can grow to 150 feet (46 m.) tall and spread twice as wide. Camphor tree information also notes that the trunks get to 15 feet (4.6 m.) in diameter
Common Name: camphor tree, camphorwood or camphor laurel
Maximum Reachable Height : 150 ft

Kumbhi

580.00

Kumbhi

580.00
Careya arborea is a species of tree in the Lecythidaceae family, native to the Indian subcontinent, Afghanistan, and Indochina.Its common English names include wild guava, Ceylon oak, patana oak. Careya arborea is a deciduous tree that grows up to 15 metres (49 ft) high. Its leaves turn red in the cold season. Flowers are yellow or white in colour that become large green berries. The tree grows throughout India in forests and grasslands.
The Careya arborea leaves are traditionally used to roll cheroots in Myanmar (Burma). The town of Pyay (formerly Prome) is known for a local delicacy known as taw laphet
 Prefers a well-drained, sandy or even rocky soil. Requires a sunny position
In India the annual diameter increment can be up to 0.5 cm, but growth of coppice is faster, 0.6 – 0.9 cm in diameter for 8-year-old coppice shoots.
The tree is highly fire resistant and coppices well.
Plant Spread: 20 m
 Common name : wild guava, Ceylon oak, patana oak
 Maximum reachable height: 15 metres (49 ft)

NagKesar

574.00

NagKesar

574.00

This slow-growing tree is named after the heaviness and hardness of its timber. It
is widely cultivated as an ornamental due to its graceful
shape, grayish-green foliage with a beautiful pink to red flush of drooping
young leaves, and large, fragrant white flowers.

The herb is pungent, bitter, astringent, dry, piercing, light to digest
and has hot potency. The timber of Nagkesar is used in railroad ties
and structural timber due to it heaviness, hardness and deep dark
red color

Grows in evergreen Forests , river
valleys

the tree can grow at altitudes up to
1,500 m (4,900 ft) and in Sri Lanka up to 1,000 m (3,300
ft)

Common Name: Mesua Ferrea / Ceylon
Ironwood

Maximum reachable height :
1500m

Ritha

575.00

Ritha

575.00

Sapindus mukorossi, also known as Reetha, is a species of tree in the family Sapindaceae. The fruit is commonly known as Indian

Seasam

575.00

Seasam

575.00
Sesame seed is one of the oldest oilseed crops known, domesticated well over 3000 years ago. Sesamum has many other species, most being wild and native to sub-Saharan Africa. S. indicum, the cultivated type, originated in India. and is tolerant to drought-like conditions, growing where other crops fail. Sesame has one of the highest oil contents of any seed.
Sesame seed is a common ingredient in various cuisines. It is used whole in cooking for its rich, nutty flavour. Sesame seeds are sometimes added to bread, including bagels and the tops of hamburger buns. They may be baked into crackers, often in the form of sticks. In Sicily and France, the seeds are eaten on bread (ficelle sésame, sesame thread). In Greece, the seeds are also used in cakes.
it grows in drought conditions, in high heat, with residual moisture in soil after monsoons are gone or even when rains fail or when rains are excessive.
Sesame is an annual plant growing 50 to 100 cm (1.6 to 3.3 ft) tall, with opposite leaves 4 to 14 cm (1.6 to 5.5 in) long with an entire margin; they are broad lanceolate, to 5 cm (2 in) broad, at the base of the plant, narrowing to just 1 cm (0.4 in) broad on the flowering stem.
Common Name : Sesamum indicum
Maximum reachable height : 6 feet
Difficulty level : Most commercial cultivars of sesame are intolerant of water-logging. Rainfall late in the season prolongs growth and increases loss to dehiscence, when the seedpod shatters, scattering the seed. Wind can also cause shattering at harvest