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Offering you a complete choice of products which include Aegle Marmelos, Artocarpus Heterophyllus, Carica Ficus Seed, Phyllanthus Emblica, Anacardium Occidentale Seed and Ziziphus Mauritiana Tree Seeds.

Aegle Marmelos
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DurationShort Lived (1-6 Months)
FloweringMar. - May
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket
English NameBael Tree, Bengal Quince
Seeds per kg5300
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent+ 56

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  • Aegle Marmelos (also known as Bael, Bengal quince, stone apple) is a species of tree native to India
  • It is present throughout Southeast Asia as a naturalized species.
  • Its fruit are used in traditional medicine and as a food throughout its range
  • Bael is the only member of the monotypic genus Aegle
  • It is a mid-sized, slender, aromatic, armed, gum-bearing tree growing up to 18 meters tall. Moreover, bael occurs in dry forests on hills and plains of northern, central and southern India, southern Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Thailand. It is cultivated throughout India, as well as in Sri Lanka, the northern Malay Peninsula, the Philippinesand Fiji

Specifications:

Common NameBael, Bilva, Shriphala
Synonyms
Collection LocaleThrough out the INDIA
Altitude1200- 6000 ft
Seed Collection period Aug- Oct
Seed Longevity2-5 year
Seed Purity99.00%
Seed Treatmentn
Usual Germination 70-90 %
Characteristics: Evergreen, Medicinal, timber

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Artocarpus Heterophyllus
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Pack TypePacket
DurationShort Lived (1-6 Months)
FloweringMay - July
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
English NameJackfruit, Jack tree
Seeds per kgApprox 50
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent75

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  • Family: Moraceae
  • Species: A. Heterophyllus
  • Common Name: Jackfruit, Jack tree
  • Altitude: 450-1200ft.

Description:
  • The jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus), also known as jak tree, jackfruit
  • It is native to parts of South and Southeast Asia and is believed to have originated in the south western rain forests of India, in present-day Goa, Kerala, coastal Karnataka and Maharashtra
  • The jackfruit tree is well suited to tropical lowlands, and its fruit is the largest tree-borne fruit, reaching as much as 35 kg (80 lb) in weight, 90 cm (35 in) in length, and 50 cm (20 in) in diameter

Uses:
  • Jackfruits have a distinctive, sweet and fruity aroma
  • Jackfruit is used in Asian culinary
  • The ripe Jackfruit can be eaten raw or cooked with coconut milk or made into ice cream, chutney, jam, jelly and paste
  • The wood of the tree is used for the production of musical instruments
  • Jackfruit wood is widely used in the manufacture of furniture, doors and windows, and in roof construction
  • The heartwood is used by Buddhist forest monastic

Medicinal Uses:
  • All parts of the plant have medicinal properties
  • The root is a remedy for skin diseases and asthma and the extract is taken in cases of fever and diarrhea
  • The ashes of the leaves, burned together with corn and coconut shells are used alone or mixed with coconut oil to heal ulcers
  • Mixed with vinegar, the latex promotes healing of abscesses, snakebite and glandular swellings
  • Heated leaves alone are placed on wounds and the bark is made into poultices
  • The seed starch is given to relieve biliousness and the roasted seeds are regarded as aphrodisiac
  • In Chinese medicine the pulp and seeds are considered tonic and nutritious

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Carica Ficus Seed
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BrandHorticultural Impex
Usage/ApplicationAyurveda
Packaging Size1 kg
TypeDried
Pack Size1 Kg
Packaging TypePacket
Pack TypePacket
ColorWhite

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  • Phyllanthus Emblica
  • Phyllanthus Emblica
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Phyllanthus Emblica

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TypeNatural
FoweringNov. - Feb.
English NameEmblic Myrobalan, Indian Gooseberry
Seeds Per Kg68000 - 89000
DurationShort Lived (1-6 Months)
Pre sowing TreatmentHot Water
Germination Percentplus 70

Phyllanthus emblica (syn. Emblica officinalis), the Indian gooseberry, or aamla, is a deciduous tree of the Phyllanthaceae family. It is known for its edible fruit of the same name. The tree is small to medium in size, reaching 8 to 18 m in height, with a crooked trunk and spreading branches. The branchlets are glabrous or finely pubescent, 10–20 cm long, usually deciduous; the leaves are simple, subsessile and closely set along branchlets, light green, resembling pinnate leaves. The flowers are greenish-yellow. The fruit are nearly spherical, light greenish yellow, quite smooth and hard on appearance, with six vertical stripes or furrows.
Ripening in autumn, the berries are harvested by hand after climbing to upper branches bearing the fruits. The taste of Indian gooseberry is sour, bitter and astringent, and it is quite fibrous. In India, it is common to eat gooseberries steeped in salt water and turmeric to make the sour fruits palatable. It is also used to straighten hair.

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Anacardium Occidentale Seed
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
FloweringMar. - June
English NameCashew, The Cashewnut
Seeds per kg200
Pre Sowing TreatmentScarification
Germination PercentPlus 70

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  • Ziziphus Mauritiana Tree Seeds
  • Ziziphus Mauritiana Tree Seeds
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TypeNatural
FloweringOct. - Dec.
English NameIndian Jujube
Seeds per kg20000
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent70

Ziziphus mauritiana a small evergreen tree of variable size, up to 15m or even more in height, with a spreading crown and stipular spines, found both wild and cultivated throughout the greater part of India, ascending to an altitude of c. 1500m in the Himalayas, Low shrubby form is common. Bark rough, grey or dull blackl leaves variable, oblong-elliptic ovate or suborbicular, closely serrulate or entire, rounded at both ends, prominently 3-nerved flowers greenish yellow, in axillary cymes; drupes oblong-globose or ovoid, red orange or yellowish.

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  • Tamarindus Indica Tree Seed
  • Tamarindus Indica Tree Seed
  • Tamarindus Indica Tree Seed
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TypeNatural
DurationLong Lived (1-2 years)
FloweringMarch-April
English NameTamarind Tree;
Seeds per kg1800
Pre Sowing TreatmentScarification
Germination Percent70

Tamarindus indica a moderate sized to large, evergreen tree, up to 24-30mt. in height and 7 m in girth, but generally smaller, cultivated or found naturalized almost throughout the plains and sub-Himalayan tracts of India, particularly in the South. Bark brownish or dark grey, longitudinally and horizontally fissured; leaves paripinnate, up to 15cm long; leaflets generally 10-20 pairs, sub-sessile, oblong, 8-30mm x 5-10mm; flowered racemes at the ends of rthe branchlets; pods 7.5-20.0cm long, c. 2.5cm broad and 1.0cm. thick, more or less constricted between the seeds, slightly curved, brownish-ash-coloured, scurfy; seeds 3-12, obovate-oblong, compressed, with a shallow, oblong pit on each side of the flat faces c. 1.5x0.8cm in loculi, enveloped by a tough, leathery membrane, the so-called endocarp.
Outside the endocarp is the lightbrownish, red, sweetish acidic, edible pulp, traversed by a number of branched, ligneous strands. The outermost covering of the pod is fragile and easily separable. The tree has usually a short and thick trunk, with is seldom straight. It has a handsome, dense and spreading crown of feathery foliage and is prized for ornament and for palnting on the roadsides for shade. Through it is evergreen, there is abundant leaf-fall and the new leaves appear during March-April. In very dry localities, it sometimes becomes leafless for a short time during the hot season. The flowers appear from April to June and the pods ripen in the cold season. The tree is not exacting as regards the soil and in place it has become naturalized even in rocky land. It, however, thriges best on the deep alluvium. The tree generall prefers a warm climate and can withstand drough, but is sensitive to frost

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  • Morus Alba  Seeds
  • Morus Alba  Seeds
  • Morus Alba  Seeds
  • Morus Alba  Seeds
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Morus Alba Seeds

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TypeNatural
DurationVery long lived ( more than 2 years)
FloweringMay-June
English NameWhite Mulberry
Seeds per kg448000
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent70

Morus alba a monoecious, occasionally dioecious shrub or moderate-sized tree with a fairly cylindrical straight bole, up to 10-18mt. high and 1.8 m in girth. Bark dark greyish brown, rough, with vertical fissures; leaves vary viable, ovate or broadly ovate, serrate or crenate-serrate, often deeply lobed; flowers in conspicuous, greenish; male spikes (catkins) laxflowered, broadly cylindrical or ovoid, female spikes ovoid, pedunculate; fruit a syncarp consisting of many drupes enclosed in fleshy perianth, ovoid or sub-globose, up to 5.0 cm. long, white to pinkish white, purple or dark purple to black. M. nigra is indigenus to china. The flowers are monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant)The plant is self-fertile.

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  • Juglans Regia
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Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Kilogram

TypeNatural
DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
FloweringSept.-Oct
English NameTrade akhrot, akrut, akhor, krot
Seeds per kg75
Pre Sowing TreatmentStratifiation
Germination Percent80

Juglans regia a large, deciduous, monoecious tree with tomentose shoots, found throughout the Himalayas and hills of Assam at altitudes of 3,000-11,000 ft. Bark grey, longitudinally fissured; leaves alternate, imparipinnate, 6-15 in. long; leaflets 5-13, subsessile, elliptic to oblong-lanceolate, 3-8 in. x 1.5-4 in., usually entire; flowers small, yellowish green; male in pendulous slender catkins, 2-5 in. long, female in 1-3 flowered, terminal catkings; fruit a green drupe with leathery exocarp, indehiscent, elliposoid-globose, c. 2 in. across; endocarp hard, woody, wrinkled, 2-valve, enclosing 4-lobed, corrugated, oily, elible seed.

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  • Mangifera Indica Tree Seeds
  • Mangifera Indica Tree Seeds
  • Mangifera Indica Tree Seeds
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TypeNatural
DurationVery Short Lived (1-6 Months)
FloweringApril-June
English NameThe Mango
Seeds per kg10-237
Pre Sowing TreatmentScarification
Germination Percent90

Mangifera indica a large evergreen tree, 10.0 - 45.0 m. high, with a heay, dome-shaped crown and a straight, stout bole; bark thick, rough, dark grey, flaking off when old; leabves linear-oblong or elliptic-lanceolate, 10-30 cm. long and 2-9 cm wide, emitting when crushed an aromatic, resinous odour; inflorescence a large panicle, containing in some types more than 3000 flowers. flowers tiny, reddish white or yellowish green, pungently odorous and melliferous; staminate and hermaphrodite flowers borne in the same panicle; fruit a large drupe exceedingly variable in form and size; fruit skin thick or thin, leathery, green, yellowish or red, often dotted with numerous glands; flesh (mesocarp) whitish yellow, yellow or orange, firm, soft or juicy, sub-acid or sweet, richly aromatic; fibres throughout the flesh in some types, absent or very little in others; seed solitary, ovoidoblique, encased in a hard compressed fibrous endocarp (stone).

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  • Prunus Persica Tree Seed
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Prunus Persica Tree Seed

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TypeDried
English NamePeach,Nectarine
Germination Percent450

Prunus persica a small tree up to 6mt. high, with glabrous twigs; leaves oblong to broad lanceolate, serrate, glabrous; flowers solitary, pink; fruits subglobose, 5-7cm across, fleshy, with a hard and deeply pitted stone.This species is broadly divided into three varieties, var. persica (Common Peach), var. nectarina (Ait.) Maxim. (Nectarine) and var. compressa Bean (Flat Peach.) These are again subdivided into two groups based on the nature of the flesh, i.e. whether it is adherent to the stone (Clingstone) or free from it (Freestone) (Rehder, 463); Mansfeld, 139). It is in flower in April, and the seeds ripen from Jul to August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees.The plant is self-fertile.

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Achars Zapota
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UsageCultivated for excellent edible fruit
FloweringApril - May
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket

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  • Family: Sapindaceae
  • Genus: Manilkara
  • Species: M. zapota
  • Synonyms: Achras sapota var. ovalis Stokes, Manilkara zapotilla (Jacq.) Gilly
  • Common Name: Sapodilla

Description:
  • Achras zapota is a long-lived, evergreen tree
  • It is grown in large quantities in India, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Mexico
  • Sapodilla can grow to more than 30 m (98 ft) tall with an average trunk diameter of 1.5 m (4.9 ft).
  • The average height of cultivated specimens, however, is usually between 9 and 15 m (30 and 49 ft) with a trunk diameter not exceeding 50 cm (20 in)
  • It is wind-resistant and the bark is rich in a white, gummylatex called chicle
  • The ornamental leaves are medium green and glossy
  • The fruit has an exceptionally sweet, malty flavor
  • The trees can only survive in warm, typically tropical environments, dying easily if the temperature drops below freezing

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Castanea Sativa Seed
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
FloweringOct. - Nov.
English NameSweet Chestnut

Other Details:
  • Family: Fagaceae
  • Species: C. sativa
  • Common Name: Sweet Chestnut or Marron
  • Altitude: 1000-10500ft.

Description:
  • C. sativa attains a height of 20–35 m (66–115 ft) with a trunk often 2 m (7 ft) in diameter
  • The bark often has a net-shaped (retiform) pattern with deep furrows or fissures running spirally in both directions up the trunk
  • The oblong-lanceolate, boldly toothed leaves are 16–28 cm (6–11 in) long and 5–9 cm (2–4 in) broad
  • The tree requires a mild climate and adequate moisture for good growth and a good nut harvest

Uses:
  • The species is widely cultivated for its edible seeds (also called nuts) and for its wood
  • As early as Roman times, it was introduced into more northerly regions and later was also cultivated in monastery gardens by monks
  • The raw nuts, though edible, have a skin which is astringent and unpleasant to eat when still moist; after drying for a time the thin skin loses its astringency but is still better removed to reach the white fruit underneath
  • Cooking dry in an oven or fire normally helps remove this skin
  • Chestnuts are traditionally roasted in their tough brown husks after removing the spiny cupules in which they grow on the tree, the husks being peeled off and discarded and the hot chestnuts dipped in salt before eating them

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Ficus Carica
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Ficus Carica

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Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Kilogram

TypeNatural
DurationShort Leved (With in two month)
FloweringAug.-Sept..
English NameCommon Fig
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required

Ficus carica is an Asian species of flowering plants in the mulberry family, known as the common fig (or just the fig). It is the source of the fruit also called the fig, and as such is an important crop in those areas where it is grown commercially. Native to the Middle East and western Asia, it has been sought out and cultivated since ancient times, and is now widely grown throughout the world, both for its fruit and as an ornamental plant. The species has become naturalized in scattered location in Asia.

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Carica Papaya Seed
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Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
English NamePapaya, Papaw Tree

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  • Family: Caricaceae
  • Species: C. Papaya
  • Common Name: Papaya
  • Altitude: up to 5500 ft

Description:
  • The papaya is a large, tree-like plant, with a single stem growing from 5 to 10 m (16 to 33 ft) tall, with spirally arranged leaves confined to the top of the trunk
  • The lower trunk is conspicuously scarred where leaves and fruit were borne
  • Carica papaya was the first transgenic fruit tree to have its genome deciphered
  • Additional crops are grown in India, Australia, the Philippines, and the U.S. state of Hawaii

Uses:
  • Papayas can be used as a food, a cooking aid and in traditional medicine
  • The stem and bark may be used in rope production
  • The most ideal to have for breakfast
  • This is the regular variety
  • Plants are usually grown from seed of good fruit

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Annona Squamosa Seed
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Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
English NameCustard-Apple, Sugar-Apple, Sweetsop

Other Details:
  • Family: Annonaceae
  • Species: A. Squamosa
  • Common name: Custard-Apple, Sugar-Apple, Sweetsop
  • Altitude: Up to 2000mt

Description:
  • Annona squamosa is a small, semi-(or late) deciduous, much branched shrub or small tree 3 metres (9.8 ft) to 8 metres (26 ft) tallvery similar to sour sop (Annona muricata) with a broad, open crown or irregularly spreading branch and a short trunk short, not buttressed at base
  • The fruit of A. squamosa (sugar-apple) has delicious whitish pulp, and is popular in tropical markets
  • Flowering occurs in spring-early summer and flowers are pollinated by nitidulidae beetles

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Artocarpus Lakoocha Seed
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Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
English NameMonkey Jack

Other Details:
  • Family: Moraceae
  • Species: A. lacucha
  • Common Name: Lakoocha, Monkey Jack
  • Altitude: 1800mt.

Description:
  • This is a uncommon plant that deserves to be more common
  • The leaves are large and leathery
  • Plants develop a medium to large sized canopy
  • It is an evergreen tree
  • Fruit is small and 2 to 4 lobed
  • It is loved by monkeys in the wild

Uses:
  • The tree is valued for its wood; its fruit is edible and is believed to have medicinal value

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Citrus Aurantifolia Seed
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
English NameLime

Other details:
  • Family: Rutaceae
  • Species: C. Aurantiifolia
  • Common Name: Key lime, West Indian lime, bartenders lime, Omani lime, or Mexican lime
  • Altitude: Up to 4000ft.

Description:
  • C. aurantiifolia is a shrubby tree, to 5 m (16 ft), with many thorns
  • Dwarf varieties exist that can be grown indoors during winter months and in colder climates
  • Its trunk, which rarely grows straight, has many branches, and they often originate quite far down on the trunk
  • The leaves are ovate, 2.5–9 cm (1–3.5 in) long, resembling orange leaves (the scientific name aurantiifolia refers to this resemblance to the leaves of the orange, C. aurantium). The flowers are 2.5 cm (1 in) in diameter, are yellowish white with a light purple tinge on the margins
  • Flowers and fruit appear throughout the year, but are most abundant from May to September in the Northern Hemisphere

Uses:
  • Lime juice may be squeezed from fresh limes, or purchased in bottles in both unsweetened and sweetened varieties
  • Lime juice is used to make limeade, and as an ingredient (typically as sour mix) in many cocktails
  • Lime pickles are an integral part of Indian cuisine
  • South Indian cuisine is heavily based on lime; having either lemon pickle or lime pickle is considered an essential of Onam Sadhya

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  • Prunus Cerasoides
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  • Prunus Cerasoides
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TypeNatural
English NameHimalayan Wild Cherry
Seeds per kg3300
Germination Percent70

Prunus cerasoides a middle sized or large tree indigenous to the temperate Himalayan region, extending from kashmir to Bhutan and in Aka and Khasi hills in Assam and in Manipur at altitudes of 900-2300m. The plant attains a height of 15-30mt. Bark smooth, brown, peeling off in horizontal strips exposing a shining copper-coloured surface; leaves variable in length and breadth, doubly serrare; flowers in fascicles or umbels, rose-red to white; drupes ovoid, c 1.25cm long, yellow or reddish.

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  • Prunus Amygdalus Tree Seed
  • Prunus Amygdalus Tree Seed
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Prunus Amygdalus Tree Seed

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TypeNatural

Prunus amygdalus is a tree, up to 15-20 ft. high, with oblong-lanceolate minutely serrate leaves; flowers solitary, pink or nearly white, 2-5cm across, showy and appearing before or with the early foliage; fruit a drupe, about 3-6cm long, pubescent, with tough flesh splitting at maturity, exposing the pitted stones; endocarp thin or thick; seed flattened, long, oval, with a brownish seed coat.This species includes three varieties, viz. Var. amygdalus, var. amara (DC) Focke and var. sativa (Ludw.) Focke. The first one includes wild types second and the third include a large number of cultivated types, var. amara comprising mostly the Bitter Almond and var. sativa the sweet Almond.

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  • Citrus Aurantium Tree Seed
  • Citrus Aurantium Tree Seed
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Citrus Aurantium Tree Seed

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TypeNatural
FloweringNov. - Jan.
English NameSour, Bitter, Seville, Bigarade orange

Citrus aurantium other name "bitter orange", also known as Seville orange, sour orange, bigarade orange, and marmalade orange, refers to a citrus tree (Citrus × aurantium) and its fruit. Many varieties of bitter orange are used for their essential oil, which is used in perfume and as a flavoring. The Seville orange variety is used in the production of marmalade. This is a medium sized thorny tree with broadly winged leaf stalks; flowers large, white and fragrant; fruit round, rather rough, orange in colour, smaller than that of sweet ornage. Rind aromatic, bitter and pungent; pulp acid and slightly bitter. It is said to be indigenous to India.this species includes large no. of varieties, some of them evidently from hybrid origin. The timber of bitter orange tree is hard. It is used in cabinet making.

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  • Prunus Armeniaca Seed
  • Prunus Armeniaca Seed
  • Prunus Armeniaca Seed
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TypeNatural

Prunus armeniaca a moderate-sized tree, about 10m tall, with a reddish bark, found almost naturalized in the north-western Himalayas, particularly in the valleys of Kashmir, Chenab, and Kulu and in Simla hills at altitudes up to nearly 3000m.  Leaves ovate to round-ovate or sometimes sub-cordate, 5-9cm long; much in advance of the foliage; fruits round, c. 5cm across, pubescent when young, but nearly glabrous at maturity, with a yellow skin overlaid with red; flesh yellow to yellowish orange, firm and sweet, mostly free from the flat, ridged stone; kernels sweet in some types and bitter in others.

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Ziziphus Spina-Christi Tree Seed
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TypeNatural

Ziziphus spina-christi is a shrub, sometimes a tall tree, reaching a height of 20 m and a diameter of 60 cm; bark light-grey, very cracked, scaly; trunk twisted; very branched, crown thick; shoots whitish, flexible, drooping; thorns in pairs, one straight, the other curved.Leaves glabrous on upper surface, finely pubescent below, ovate- lanceolate or ellipsoid, apex acute or obtuse, margins almost entire, lateral veins conspicuous.

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Pistacia Vera
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TypeNatural

Pistacia Vera plants are shrubs and small trees growing to 5–15 m tall. The leaves are alternate, pinnately compound, and can be either evergreen or deciduous depending on species.

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  • Prunus Avium
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TypeNatural
English NameSweet cherry

Prunus avium a tree up to 18mt. high, erect or pyramidal in habit; leaves oblong-ovate, 6-15cm long, acutely serrate; flowers in fascicles, white, long stalked, appearing with the leaves; fruits round, smooth, yellow, red or nearly black, 0.6-1.25cm. flesh soft or firm, sweet or bitter. The sweet cherry has been divided by botanists into different groups, but because of hybridization amongst the various types it is rather difficult in many cases to classify them. They are commonly classified as: var. avium (Mazzard); var. juliana (Linn.) Schubler & Martens (Heart cherry, Gean cherry); and var. duracina (Linn.) Schubler & Martens (Bigarreau).

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  • Psidium Guajava
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TypeNatural
English NameCommon Guava

Psidium guajava is an arborescent shrub or small tree, up to 33ft. high; leaves light green, finely pubescent and chartaceous; flowers white and fragrant; fruits green to light yellow, but in some varieties, red, varying in shape and size to a great extent; flesh creamish white to yellow and some red.Guava is often referred to as the apple of the tropics; it is a native of tropical America, probably from Mexico to Peru, and has long been naturalized in India.
Many varieties are known in cultivation, but a detailed horticultural and systematic study of the species and its varieties are known in cultivation, but a detailed horticultural and systematic study of the species and its varieties is still lacking. Sometimes two varieties are broadly distinguished, var. pyriferum and var. pomiferum based on the shape of the fruits, whether pear-shaped or globose and ovoid. However, they are no longer accorded botanical standing. P. guajava is closely similar to p. guineense and possibility of hybridization beween them seems likely, as they are highly variable with respect of fruit characters, and are also cultivated throughout the tropics.

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  • Punica Granatum Tree Seeds
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TypeNatural

Punica granatum is a shrub or small tree, 5-8m. high, considered to be a native of Iran, Afghanistan and Baluchistan, found growing wild in the warm vallyeys and outer hills of the Himalaysa between 900 and 1800m and cultivated throughout India. Bark smooth, dark grey; branchlets sometimes spiniscent; leaves 2.0-8.0cm long, oblong or obovate, shining above; flowers usually scarlet red, sometimes yellow, 3.7-5.0cm long and as much across, mostly solitary or 2-4 together; fruits globose, crowned by persistent calyx, with a coriaceous woody rind and an interior septate with membranous walls, containing numerous seeds; seeds angular with a fleshy testa with is red, pink or whitish.

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  • Litchi Chinensis Seeds
  • Litchi Chinensis Seeds
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TypeNatural
FloweringApril - June

Litchi chinensis An evergreen tree, 10 -12 m. high, with broad round-topped crown of glossy green foliage; leaves pinnate with 2-9 leaflets; flowers polygamous, small greenish white or yellowish, in terminal panicles; fruit globose or oblong to ovate, 2.5 cm. or more in diam. with a dark or light red or yellow rind, faintly or sharply tubercled and brittle; aril fleshy-white, translucent, juicy, covering fully a large, dark brown, elliptic seed.

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  • Malus Sylvestris
  • Malus Sylvestris
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TypeNatural

Malus sylvestris is a low round - crowned tree, usually up to 15 m high with tomentose or heavily pubescent young growth; leaves mostly

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  • Citrus Reticulata
  • Citrus Reticulata
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TypeNatural
FloweringOct. - Nov.
English NameMandarin orange, Loose-skinned orange

Citrus reticulata a bushy, evergreen, glabrous, moderate-sized tree with rather small and slender leaves; petiole short, almost wingless; fruit globose or sub-globose, flattened on the top, with thin, lose rind easily separating from the segments, bright orange or scarlet orange when fully ripe; pulp juicy, sweet to sub-acid. Citrus reticulata is a native of china and Cochin China. It is widely cultivated in all the subtropical regions. In India, the areas of concentrated cultivation lie in Assam, Sikkim, C.P., Punjab, and Coorg. The principal tracts of cultivation in Assam are Khasi and Jaintia hills and the districts of Cachar and Kamrup. In Punjab, the principal areas are, Hoshiarpur, Gurdaspur and Kangra districts. Mandarin oranges are cultivated in S. India on a large scale, in Madras and Mysore. They are cultivated also in West Bengal, Bombay, Hyderabad, U.P., Patiala and Kashmir. It is used as antiasthamatic, analgesic, antiseptic, anti inflamatory, astringent, carminative, expectorant, laxative, stomachic, tonic etc.

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  • Cydonia Oblonga Tree Seeds
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TypeNatural
English NameQuince

Cydonia oblonga shrub or a small tree cultivated in Afghanistan, N.W.F. Province, Punjab, Kashmir and Nilgiris. The plant attains a height of 4-6mt. Young branchlets are covered with a pale grayish wool. Leaves are oval, or elliptic, 5-10cm. long by 4-6m wide, untoothed, dark green above, pale with with a dense felt of grey wool beneath. Flowers are pink or white, produced in May or early June, after the leaves. Trees are self fertile. The fruits, which are pear or apple-shapped, are golden yellow in colour, juicy, fragrant and contain a large number of plano-convex, mucilagecoated seeds (6-7 mm. Long), closely packed in two vertical rows, in each of the five carpellary cavities of the fruit.The leaves, buds and bark are astringent. The fruits are sub-acid or sour in taste, and have an agreeable aroma. They are usually eaten after cooking or baking or are made into preserves and jellies. Some varieties grown in Persia and in other regions are said to bear sweet fruits which are edible even in the raw condition. The fruits are astringent, expectorant, tonic and cardiac.

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ColorWhite and Red

We“Horticultural Impex” are Proprietorship Firm, engaged in trading and exporting premium quality White Sandalwood Seeds.

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  • Morus Nigra
  • Morus Nigra
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TypeNatural

Morus nigra, the Black mulberry, is a species of mulberry. It is native to southwestern Asia, where it has been cultivated for so long that its precise natural range is unknown. It is know for it's large number of chromosomes, as it has 154 pairs (308 individuals).Morus nigra is a small deciduous tree growing to about 10-15 metres (35-45 ft) tall. The leaves are about 10-20 centimetres (4-8 in) long and 6-10 centimetres (2½-4 in) broad (up to 23 centimetres or 9 inches long on vigorous shoots), downy on the underside, with the upper surface rough with very short, stiff hairs.
The edible fruit is dark purple, almost black, when ripe, 2–3 centimetres (0.8–1.2 in) long, a compound cluster of several small drupes; it is richly flavoured, similar to the red mulberry (Morus rubra) but unlike the more insipid fruit of the white mulberry (Morus alba).

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