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Medicinal Plant Seeds

Our range of products include Manilkara Hexandra, Madhuca Longifolia, Artocarpus Chaplasha Seed, Barringtonia Acutangula Seed, Magnolia Champaca and Sesbania Grandiflora.

Manilkara Hexandra
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BrandHorticultural Impex
Packaging Size4
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture
TypeNatural
Pack Size1 Kg
Packaging TypePacket
Pack TypePacket

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Madhuca Longifolia
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TypeNatural
DurationShort Lived (1-6 Months)
FloweringJuly - Aug.
English NameSouth indian mahua, Mowra butter tree
Seeds per kg450
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent90

Madhuca longifolia a large evergreen tree with a dense spreading crown found in south India. Bark grey to dark brown, scaly, leaves clustered near ends of branches, linear-lanceolate, 7.5 - 12.5 cm. x 2.5 - 4.5 cm., tapering towards base, glabrouds when mature; flowers in dense clusters near ends of branches, many, small; calyx rusty pubescent; corolla tubular, fleshy, pale yellow, c. 1.5 cm. long, aromatic, acducous; berries ovoid, c. 5cm. long, yellow when ripe; seeds usually 1-2, compressed, yellow shining. M. longifolia replaces M. indica in South India and is frequently met with in cultivation especially as an avenue tree.

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Artocarpus Chaplasha Seed
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TypeNatural
Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticulture
DurationVery Short Lived (1-6 Months)
FloweringJune - Aug.
English NameChaplash
Seeds per kgApprox 2000
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percentplus 85

Genus:

Artocarpus chaplasha genus of small to large evergreen trees. Laticiferous, all native of East Asia, this plant attain a height of 30-40mt., and a girth of 3-5mt.Leaves leathery, flowers monoecious, composite, fleshy, globose or cylindrical edible fruit. Consisting of receipted and fleshy perianths and seeds. Some species also grown for timber.

Species:

A tall deciduous tree having widely spreading branches, Bark brown with white patches, fruits are edible. It is useful timber tree. The leaves are elephant fodder.

Occurences:

Sub-Himalayan tract, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Northeast India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar and other parts of east Asia.

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Barringtonia Acutangula Seed
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TypeNatural, Dried
Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticulture
DurationShort Lived (1-6 Months)
FloweringAug. - Sep.
English NameIndian Oak; BHijal, kumia
Seeds per kgApprox 1412
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent90

Barringtonia acutangula, an evergreen medium sized tree, about 9-12 m in height, is native to the coastal areas of Asia. The bark is dark brown and rough, while the leaves are minutely denticulate-crenate and narrowed into the petiole. Barringtonia acutangula flowers are in long pendulous racemes up to 40 cm long, and are fragrant, with bright red stamens. Petals are 6-10mm long. Fruits are bluntly quadrangular or ovoid, about 2.5-4.0 cm long, broadest in the middle, and contain one seed. Flower containing 4 wings when young. Barringtonia acutangula seeds are black in color, and used in medicinal remedies for nasal inflammation and colic. The tree is tolerant to a broad range of soils. Barringtonia acutangula is used for a wide range of medicinal purposes and its wood is also used as timber. Now it is used in research of pain-killing compound.

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Magnolia Champaca
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Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
DurationVery Short Lived (1-6 Months)
FloweringAug.-Sept., Dec.-Jan.
English NameChampak
Seeds per kg15000
Pre Sowing TreatmentStratifiation
Germination Percent70-80

Owing to our extensive market experience, we are able to offer excellent quality Magnolia Champaca.

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  • Family: Magnoliaceae
  • Species:  M. champaca
  • Common Name: Champaca, champak; Sonchaaphaa
  • Altitude: up to 2000ft


Description:

  • In its native range Michelia champaca grows to 50 metres (160 ft) or taller
  • Its trunk can be up to 1.9 metres (6.2 ft) in diameter
  • The tree has a narrow umbelliform crown
  • It has strongly fragrant flowers in varying shades of cream to yellow-orange, during June to September
  • The obovoid-ellipsoid carpels produce 2−4 seeds during September to October


Uses:

  • Several of the larger species are locally important sources of timber
  • Some species, including the Champak (Michelia champaca) and M. doltsopa are grown for their flowers, both on the tree and as cut flowers
  • Champak flowers are also used to produce an essential oil for perfume

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  • Sesbania Grandiflora
  • Sesbania Grandiflora
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TypeNatural
DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
FloweringApril - May
English NameAgathi, Swamp pea, Sesban;
Seeds per kg16000
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent85

Sesbania grandiflora a short-lived, quick-growing, soft-wooded tree, 15mt. High and 0.6m in girth it is a natice of Malaysia and is grown in many parts of India such as Punjab, Delhi, Bengal, Assam and the Andamans. Leaves 15-30cm long, abruptly pinnate; leaflets 41-61, linear-oblong, glabrous, 2.5-5.0cm x 0.5 - 1.6cm; racemes 2 - 4 flowered, short, axillary; flowers 6.0-10cm long with showy, fleshy white, pink or crimson petals; pods pendulous 30.0 - 45cm x 0.6-0.8cm, rather flat and somewhat 4-cornered, non-torulose, septate with swoolen margins and 15-50 pale coloured seeds. Agathi is grown for oranament and is valued as food and also as a good fodder. It is grown as a support for pepper and betel vines, as shade plant for coconut seedlings, and as wind-break in banana fields. Bark yields a good fibre and a gum annd various parts of agathi have medicinal value.

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Adhatoda Zeylanica Seed
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Packaging TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
English NameMalabarnut, Vasaka
SynonymA. zeylanica Medic. syn. A. vasica Nees
FamilyAcanthaceae
Fruiting SeasonFeb. - May
UsageMedicinal (Cough, Asthma)

An evergreen and gregarious shrub with a fetid smell with lanceolate leaves. Inflorescence a dense short pendunculate bracteate spike with white flowers. Capsule 0-7 in, clavate, longitudenally channelled, pubescent, 4-seeded; seeds 0.2in long, glabrous, tubercled. 

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Spilanthes Acmella
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Spilanthes Acmella

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BrandHorticultural Impex
Usage/ApplicationAgriculture
Packaging Size1 kg
TypeNatural
Packaging TypePacket
Length30- 60 cm

Spilanthes acmella an annual 30-60 cm. Tall, occurring throughtout India. Stems erect or decumbent at base, more or less hairy; leaves opposite, ovate-lanceolate, dentate or almost entire; florets white or yellow, in solitary or sub- solitary, long-peduncled heads; achenes ciliate at the edges.

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Peganum Harmala
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BrandHorticultural
Packaging SizePacket
Usage/ApplicationHerbal
ColorGreen
TypeNatural
Packaging TypeBag

Peganum harmala a bushy herb, 2.5ft. high, found in Ladakh and Kashmir, up to 1650 meter and in Punjab, upper Gangetic plain, western Bihar, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Deccan and Konkan. Leaves multifid; segments linear, acute, narrow, 4-8 cm long, irregularly and pinnately cut into 3-5 cm long, 2-5 mm broad, linear-lanceshaped or subelliptic, pointed segments; flowers white, solitary in the axils of branches, about 2.5–3.8 cm in diameter. capsule globose, measure about 1–1.5 cm in diam., have three chambers and carry more than 50 seeds, depressed above, deeply lobed; seed many, angled, flat. The dried seeds of the plant constitute the drug Harmal, used in India for various medicinal purposes.

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Argemone Mexicana Seeds
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ColorGreen
TypeNatural
BrandHorticultural Impex
Packaging Size1 Kg
Packaging TypePacket
English NameMexican poppy,Prickly poppy

Other Details:
  • Family: Papaveraceae
  • Species: A. Mexicana
  • Common Name: Mexican , Mexican prickly , cardo or cardosanto
  • Altitude: 2000-3500 ft.

Description:
  • Argemone mexicana is a species of found in Mexico and now widely naturalized in many parts of the world
  • An extremely hardy pioneer plant, it is tolerant of drought and poor soil, often being the only cover on new road cuttings or verges
  • It has bright yellow latex, and though poisonous to grazing animals, is rarely eaten, but has been used medicinally by many people including those in its native area
  • In India it is introduced and naturalised and occurs as a wasteland in almost every part of India

Uses:
  • The fruit consists of capsule bearing several small spines and seeds which resemble the mustard
  • Used for jaundice
  • Externally used for eye diseases
  • Used for treatment of asthma
  • The root and stem are used to restore normal functions of the body, especially in chronic skin diseases and inflammation of the urinary bladder

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Abrus Precatorius Seeds
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Packaging Size1 Kg
Packaging TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
FloweringNov.-Dec.
English NameCrab's eye, Indian Liquorice, Jequirity
synonymA. precatorius Linn.
familyFabaceae,; Papilionaceae
seeds Per kg7540
pre sowing TreatmentSoaked in water for 24 hrs.
germination Percent80

A winding climber with glabrescent, mostly greenish yellow young branches, found throughout India, ascending to an altitude of about 1,050m in the outer Himalayas.leaves 5-17 jugate, leaflets ovate, obovate or oblong; inflorescence rigid, thick, strongly falcate; flowers crowded, sub-sessile, pale-purple to yellowish; pods rectangular, bulgy; seeds ovoid, scarlet with a black spot round the hilum, or black with a white spot, or uniformly black or white spot, or uniformly black or white, glossy.

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Acacia Dealbata Tree Seed
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
Usage/ApplicationFuel, Gum, Tannin, Fodder
DurationLong Lived (1-2 years)
FloweringJune
English NameSilver wattle
SynonymA. dealbata Link syn. A. decurrens Willd. var. dealbata (Link) F. Muell. ex Maiden
FamilyMimosaceae
Seeds Per kg86500
Pre sowing TreatmentAcid (H2SO4) Scarification
Germination Percent68

An evergreen tree with grey, somewhat silvery bark, native to Australia and Tasmania, thoroughly naturalized in the Nilgiri and Palni hills where it attains a height of over 12m and girth of over 1.2m. Leaves bipinnate, pinnae 14-18 pairs, grey, flowers yellow, fragrant, in profuse axillary and terminal, panicled globose racemes; pods satraight or curved flattened, 5.0-7.5cm long, slightly constricted between the seeds.

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  • Terminalia Chebula
  • Terminalia Chebula
  • Terminalia Chebula
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Terminalia Chebula

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OrganicOrganic
Shelf Life1 year
TypeDried, Natural
Is It DriedDried
English NameChebulic Myrobalan
Flowering SeasonJan.-March
seeds Per Kg150-225
durationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
Germination percent70

Terminalia chebula a tree 20mt. in height and 1.5-2.4m in girth, with a cylindrical bole of 4-9m a rounded crown and spreading branches, found throughout the greater parts of India. Bark dark-brown, often longitudinally cracked, exfoliating in woody scales; leaves ovate or elliptic with a pair of large glands at the top of the petiole; flowers yellowish white, in terminal spikes; drupes ellipsoidal, obovoid or ovoid, yellow to orange-brown, sometimes tinged with red or black and hard when ripe, 3-5cm long, become 5-ribbed on drving; seeds hard, pale yellow.T. chebula is found in the sub-himalaysn tracts from the Ravi eastwards to West Bengal and Assam, ascending up to an altitude of 1500m in Himalayas.

In the deciduous forests of India, it attains a girth of 1.5-1.8m., with a bole of 4.5-6.0m in length. In the moister forests of the west coast, it reaches a girth of 2.4m or more, with a bole of 9m. in favourable localities. In high-level rocky and dry places in the outer Himalayas and the hills of Deccan and South Indian it is a small tree. In its natural habitat, the absolute maximum shadetemperature varies from 36 to 17.5° and the absolute minimum from 0 to 15.5°, and the normal rainfall from 75 to 330cm. It is found on a variety of geological formations, growing on clayey as well as on sandy soils.

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Bombax Ceiba
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Pack TypePacket
FloweringApril - May
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
English NameSilk cotton Tree

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  • Family: Bombacaceae or Silk Cotton Tree family
  • Species: B. Ceiba
  • Common Name: Silkcotton Tree, Malabar Semul, Indian bombax, Kapok tree, Silk Cotton, Red Cotton Tree, Red silk cotton tree
  • Altitude: 1500mt

Description:
  • Bombax ceiba grows to an average of 20 meters, with old trees up to 60 meters in wet tropical regions
  • The trunk and limb bear numerous conical spines particularly when young, but get eroded when older
  • Flowers appear in early spring when the tree is leafless
  • This is the tree under which Buddha is said to have been born

Uses:
  • The roots are sweet, cooling, stimulant, restorative, astringent, alternative, demulcent, emetic and tonic
  • It is used in the treatment of diarrhea, dysentery, menorrhagia, styptic and for wounds
  • A paste made out of prickles is god for restoring skin color especially on the face
  • Young fruits are useful in calculus affections chronic inflammations and ulceration of bladder and kidney

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Broussonetia Papyrifera
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Pack TypePacket
FloweringJune - July
BrandHorticulture
Pack Size1 Kg
English NamePaper Mulberry, Tapa-cloth Tree

Broussonetia papyrifera, a medium-sized tree, grows up to 9mt. often 12mt. in height and 2.13m in girth. The tree, native to China, Japan, Taiwan, Indo-Malaysian region, and Polynesia, is found in India across Punjab, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, West Bengal and peninsular India, up to an altitude of 1000 m. The bark is light gray, smooth, shallowly fissured, and the leaves are variable, obliquely ovate or oblong, 7.6-20.0 cm long, and entire to variously lobed. Broussonetia papyrifera is a dioecious tree with uni-flowers, male in cylindrical catkins and female in globose heads. Fruits are edible, fleshy, shining-red, and measure about 3-4 inches in diameter. Broussonetia papyrifera is propagated through shoots and seeds, and is commonly used for making paper. The tree possesses many medicinal properties and, is specifically important for treatment of skin de-pigmentation. It can tolerate atmospheric pollution and drought. It prefers dry and moist soil, but can not grow in shade.it is used as astringent, diuretic, tonic leaf juice is diaphoretic and laxative. Fruit is ophthalmic, stimulant.

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  • Item Code: HI-BRPA

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  • Pterospermum Acerifolium
  • Pterospermum Acerifolium
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TypeNatural
DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
FloweringApril
Seeds Per Kg4200
Germination Percent88

Pterospermum acerifolium An evergreen tree, up to 50-70 ft. in height and c. 25m in girth, with a clean bole up to 12m, found in the sub-Himalayan tract and outer valleys from Yamuna eastwards to West Bengal, and in Assam and Manipur, up to an altitude of c. 1,200m extending southwards into Ramnagar hills of Biharand in western ghats of Konkan and North Kanara; it is also common in the Andamans. Bark greyish brown; leaves variable in size and shape, 25-35cm x 15-30cm entire or variously lobed, oblong, cordate or sometimes peltate; flowers large, 12-15cm in diam., axillary, solitary or in pairs, white, fragrant; capsules oblong, 5-angled, dark brown, woody; seeds winged, brown.

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  • Mimusops Elengi
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TypeNatural
FloweringFeb. - March
Seeds Per Kg4000
Germination Percent80

Mimusops elengi a small to large evergreen tree found in the Deccan Peninsulla and Andaman Islands, and frequently cultivated in gardens for ornament; it is grown also as an avenue or shae tree throughout the greater part of India. Bark dark grey, fissured; leaves variable, elliptic, oblong or oblanceolate; flowers axillary, solitary or in fascicles, small, creamy white, star-shaped, fragrant; berry ovoid, containing 1. rarely 2. seeds, yellow when ripe; seeds ovoid, compressed, greyish brown, shining.

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  • Saraca Asoca
  • Saraca Asoca
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Saraca Asoca

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TypeNatural
FloweringJuly - Aug.
English NameAshoka

Saraca asoca is a small evergreen tree, 15-20ft. high, found wild along streams or in the shade of evergreen forests. It occurs almost throughout Indian up to an altitude of 750m in the central and the eastern Himalaysa and the Khasi, Garo and Lushai hills; it is also found in the Andaman Islands. Leaves paripinnate, 15-20cm long, leaflets 6-12oblong or oblong-lanceolate, 7.5-22.5cm x 1.25cm, rigidly sub-coriaceous; flowers orange or orange-yellow, eventually turning vermillion, very fragrant, in dense axillary corymbs; pods flat, leathery, 10-25cm x 3.5-5cm, seeds 4-8, ellipsoid-oblong, 38cm, compressed.

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  • Ficus Infectoria Tree Seed
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TypeNatural

Ficus infectoria a large spreading tree, epiphytic in early stages, sometimes sending down a few aerial roots; leaves membraneous, 4-5 in. long, ovate or ovate-oblong, shortly acuminate with entire or subundulate margins; fruits in axillary pairs, usually sessile, sub-globose, white when ripe or flushed with red and dotted.

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  • Ziziphus Jujuba
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  • Ziziphus Jujuba
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Ziziphus Jujuba

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TypeNatural

Ziziphus zizyphus, a deciduous tree, up to 12m in height, sometimes a large bush, found both cultivated and naturalized in Punjab. Leaves ovate to oblong-oval or nearly lanceolate, 2.5-5cm long, obtusely serrate; spines usually two, one of them mostly recurved; fruits oblong to ovoid or subglobose, 3cm or less in length.It is believe that this species is a native of North china, from where it was introduced into west Asia 2500-3000 years ago. The Greeks and Romans become acquainted with it and carried it into Barbary (North Africa) and Spain. ALater, the species become naturalized in the areas of its cultivation. There is hardly any authentic record of its introduction into India.

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Taxodium Mucronatum Tree Seeds
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Taxodium Mucronatum Tree Seeds

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TypeNatural
FloweringJuly - Oct.
English NameMontezuma cypress, Mexican Marsh-cypress;

Taxodium mucronatum a semi-evergreen or evergreen, magnificent tree, up to 40ft. in height and 15m in girth, much allied to T. distichum, introduced into the Nilgiris, Kerala and Dehra Dun. It differs from T. distichum by its habit, more tender leaves and longer male inflorescences. In Kerala, it has been found to grow fairly well above 800m. It has been found to grow fairly well above 800m. It is well suited also to the soil and climate of Dehra Dun. Propagation is done by both seeds and cuttings.

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  • Magnolia Grandiflora
  • Magnolia Grandiflora
  • Magnolia Grandiflora
  • Magnolia Grandiflora
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Magnolia Grandiflora

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TypeNatural
FloweringJuly - Aug.
English NameBull Bay

Magnolia grandiflora A handsome evergreen pyramidal tree up to 24 m in the Himalayas and in Nilgiri. Bark Smooth, grey; leaves large, obovate-oblong or elliptic, gloosy above rusty pubescent beneath, firmly coriaceous; flowers cup-shaped, 15-20cm diam., waxy white, fragrant; fruits ovoid, rusty-tomentose; seeds brilliant red.

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  • Ficus Retusa Tree Seeds
  • Ficus Retusa Tree Seeds
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Ficus Retusa Tree Seeds

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TypeNatural
DurationFeb. - April

Ficus retusa a large evergreen tree. Leaves alternate, 2 - 4 x 1.3 - 2.5m, ovate elliptic or rhomboid, acute or short acuminate, entire, coriaceous, glabrous and shining, lateral nerves numerous, slender, base 3 - nerved, narrowed into a peliole which is .3 - .5 about 0.32 in diam., in axillary pairs, sessile, subglobose, yellowish when ripe.

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  • Cytisus Scoparius
  • Cytisus Scoparius
  • Cytisus Scoparius
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Cytisus Scoparius

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TypeNatural

Cytisus scoparius, the Common Broom and Scotch Broom, syn. Sarothamnus scoparius, is a perennial leguminous shrub native to western and central Europe. The plant attains a height 2.4mt. In Britain and Ireland the standard name is Broom, but this name is also used generically for other related species (see broom), and the term Common Broom is sometimes used for clarification. In other English-speaking countries, the most prevalent common name is Scotch Broom (or Scot's Broom); English Broom is also occasionally used. Leaves are alternately arranged, small, trifoliate, upper leaves often with only 1leaflet; colour is medium to bright green. Stems are flexible, green when young and grey when old. Flowering occurs in May to early June. Propagation is done by cuttings and seeds.

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  • Sida Acuta Seeds
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Sida Acuta Seeds

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BrandHorticultural Impex
Usage/ApplicationPlantation
Packaging TypeJute & cotton bags

This is a much branched shrubby plant growing to a height of a feet or a little more. Its leaves are simple lanceolate, and can vary in size. Some plants have leaves that are quite small, while others grow leaves that can be quite long. The leaves are prominently toothed and have an acute base (hence acuta) with stipules being present. The flowers grow from leaf axils, are yellow in colour, solitary or occasionally in pairs. The flowers are buttercup like in shape, with overlapping petals.

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Vernonia Anthelmintica
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Vernonia Anthelmintica

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TypeNatural
FloweringNov. - Jan.

Vernonia anthelmintica a coarse robust herb, 1.5mt. Heads .5-.75 inches in dia. Many flowered. Achenes .2 inches long, narrowed towards the base, black ribbed and hairy. Poppus reddish with an outer row of short rigid persistent chaffy scales.

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Strychnos Nux-vomica
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Strychnos Nux-vomica

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TypeNatural
FloweringAug. - Dec.
english NameSnake-wood, Nux-Vimica, Strychnine Tree;

The strychnine tree (Strychnos nux-vomica L.) also known as nux vomica, poison nut, semen strychnos, Liz Vomica and quaker buttons, is a deciduous tree native to India, southeast Asia. It is a medium-sized tree in the family Loganiaceae that grows in open habitats. Its leaves are ovate and 2–3.5 inches (5.1–8.9 cm) in size.

It is a major source of the highly poisonous alkaloids strychnine and brucine, derived from the seeds inside the tree's round, green to orange fruit. The seeds contain approximately 1.5% strychnine, and the dried blossoms contain 1.0%.[1] However, the tree's bark also contains brucine and other poisonous compounds.

S. nux-vomica is a medium-sized tree with a short thick trunk. The wood is dense, hard white, and close-grained. The branches are irregular and are covered with a smooth ashen bark. The young shoots are a deep green colour with a shiny coat. The leaves have an opposite arrangement, short stalked, are oval shaped, also have a shiny coat and are smooth on both sides. The leaves are about 4 inches (10 cm) long and 3 inches (7.6 cm) wide. The flowers are small with a pale green colour with a funnel shape. They bloom in the cold season and have a foul smell. The fruit are about the size of a large apple with a smooth and hard shell which when ripened is a lovely orange colour. The meat of the fruit is soft and white with a jelly-like pulp containing five seeds covered with a soft woolly substance.

The seeds are removed from the fruit when ripe. They are then cleaned, dried and sorted. The seeds have the shape of a flattened disk completely covered with hairs radiating from the center of the sides. This gives the seeds a very characteristic sheen. The seeds are very hard, with a dark grey horny endosperm where the small embryo is housed that give off no odour but possess a very bitter taste. The plant is native to southeast Asia and Australia normally in tropical and subtropical areas.

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Syzygium Jambos Fruit Seed
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TypeNatural

Syzygium jambos is a large shrub or small-to-medium-sized tree, typically three to 10 metres high, with a tendency to low branching. Its leaves and twigs are glabrous and the bark, though dark brown, is fairly smooth too, with little relief or texture. The leaves are lanceolate, 2cm to 4 cm broad, 10 cm to 20 cm long, pointed, base cuneate with hardly any petiole, lively red when growing, but dark, glossy green on attaining full size.

The flowers are in small terminal clusters, white or greenish white, the long, numerous stamens giving them a diameter of 5 - 8 cm. In temperate regions the tree is summer-flowering.

The edible fruit of Syzygium jambos is shaped like some kinds of guava, to which the plant is fairly closely related. In fact the fruit is so like the guava in appearance that people unfamiliar with it may mistake it for a guava on sight. However, the fragrance, flavour and texture are different, and instead of containing dozens of small, hard seeds set in a jelly-like tissue, as a guava does, the fruit of Syzygium jambos usually contains one or two large, unarmoured seeds about a cm in diameter, lying loose in a slightly fluffy cavity when ripe. Shaking a fruit to feel whether the seeds rattle, gives some indication whether it is ripe. The skin is thin and waxy. The flowers are described by some as fragrant, though this appears to be a variable attribute. The ripe fruit however, has a strong, pleasant floral bouquet, hence such common names as "Rose apple" and "pomarrosa".

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Ocimum Santum
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TypeNatural

It is an erect, many branched subshrub, 30–60 cm (12–24 in) tall with hairy stems and simple phyllotaxic green or purple leaves that are strongly scented.
Leaves have petioles and are ovate, up to 5 cm (2.0 in) long, usually slightly toothed. The flowers are purplish in elongate racemes in close whorls. 
 Tulsi is cultivated for religious and medicinal purposes, and for its essential oil. It is widely known across the Indian subcontinent as a medicinal plant and an herbal tea, commonly used in Ayurveda.

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Setivia Rebandiana Tree Seeds
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TypeNatural

Stevia is a perennial shrub that grows up to 1 m tall and has leaves 2-3 cm long. It belongs to the Aster family. The leaves can be eaten fresh, or put in teas and foods.

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Datura Metel
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TypeNatural

A sub-glabrous spreading herb sometimes becoming shrubby. It occurs throughout India and is occasionally grown in gardens. Leaves traingular-ovate in outline, unequal at the base; flowers c.7 in. long, often double or triple , white, violaceous, reddish purple or purple on the outside and white within; fruit globose , tuberculare or muricate, borne on a short thick peduncle which, unlike that of D. stramonium, is never erect but nodding; capsule dehishes irregularly exposing a mass of closely packed, light brown, flat seeds which nearly fill the interior.

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Mitragyna Parvifolia
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TypeNatural

Mitragyna parvifolia A medium-sized to large deciduous tree with rounded crown found throughout the greater part of India, adscending up to an altitude of 1200 m. in the outer Himalayas. Bole often short, fluted, buttressed; bark grey, smooth, exfoliating in scales; leaves variable, elliptic, sub-orbiculate or obovate; flowers in globose heads, greenish yellow, fragrant; capsules oblong; seeds minute, winged.

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Plantago Ovata Tree Seeds
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TypeNatural
English NameBlond psyllium, Ispaghula, Spogel seeds

Plantago ovata a stemless or sub-caulescent softly hairy or woolly annual herb; leaves narrowly linear or filiform, entire or distantly toothed, flowers in cylindric or ovoid spikes; capsules ellipsoid, 8mm long, obtuse, the upper half coming off as a blunt conical lid, membranous, glabrous; seeds ovoid-oblong, 3mm long, obtuse, the upper half coming off as a blunt conical lid, membranous, glabrous; seeds ovoid-oblong, 3mm long, boat-shaped, smooth, yellowish brown.

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Putranjiva Roxburghii
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TypeNatural
English NameCommon or European Pear

Putranjiva roxburghii is a mostly dioecious, evergreen tree with pendant branches, attaining a height of up to c. 20m. and a girth of c.2m, found wild or cultivated almost in all parts of India, ascending up to an altitude of c. 750m. Bark grey; leaves 5-10cm long, elliptic oblong to ovate lanceolate, dark green, shining; yellowish, female solitary or 2-3 together, green; drupe 15-18mm. Long, ellipsoid or globose, whitetomentose; stone pointed, rugose, very hard; seed normally I, with copious albumen.

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  • Jatropha Curcas Tree Seeds
  • Jatropha Curcas Tree Seeds
  • Jatropha Curcas Tree Seeds
  • Jatropha Curcas Tree Seeds
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TypeNatural
English NameJatropha curcas

Jatropha curcas a large shrub, 3 - 4 m high, native of tropica America, occuring almost throughout India and in Andaman Islands. Leaves alternate, 10 - 15 cm X 7.5 - 12.5cm broadly ovate, cordate, acute, usually palmately 3 or 5 lobed, glabrous; flowers in loose panicles of cymes, yellowish green, c 7 mm. across; fruits c. 2.5 cm. long, ovoid, black, breaking in to three 2 valved cocci; seeds ovoid-oblong, dull brownish black. The plant is reported to have been introduced into Asia and Africa by the Portuguese as an oil-yielding plant. It is cultivated to a certain extent as an oil seed crop in Cape Verde Islands; a yield of 350-1000 lb of seeds per acre has been reported

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Berberis Aristata Seed
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Packaging Size1 Kg
Packaging TypePacket
Brand Horticultural Impex

We introduce our business as a notable entity of a qualitative array of Berberis Aristata Seed.

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  • Sapindus Detergens
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TypeNatural

apindus detergens, Ritha is a beautiful, tropical, large-leaved deciduous tree of the Asian continent. It can be grown in warm to tropical climates, small trees can be grown inside in large tubs. Better known as soap-nut tree in inter-continental trade, it is an important trees of tropical and sub-tropical regions of the Indian subcontinent. Ritha flowers during May - June. The flowers are small and greenish white. The dried ritha fruit is most valuable part of the plant. Its fleshy portion contains saponin, which is a good substitute for washing soap and is as such used in preparation of quality shampoos, detergents, etc. Ritha seed germinates easily. To ensure cent per cent germination, the seed is soaked in lukewarm water for 24 hours and then sown.

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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
FloweringNov. - Dec.
English NameElephant Creeper, Woolly Morning-Glory
Seeds Per Kg15500
Germination Percent+70

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  • Family: Convolvulaceae
  • Species: A. nervosa
  • Common Name: Hawaiian Baby Woodrose, Elephant Creeper and Woolly Morning Glory, Silky elephant glory
  • Altitude: Upto 300mt.

Description:
  • Argyreia nervosa is a perennial climbing vine native to the Indian subcontinent and introduced to numerous areas worldwide, including Hawaii, Africa, and the Caribbean
  • It has large, leathery heart-shaped leaves, which are white on the underside due to hairs
  • It is called elephant creeper because of the large leaves which look like elephant ears

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  • Centella Asiatica
  • Centella Asiatica
  • Centella Asiatica
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TypeNatural
FloweringNov. - Dec.
English NameIndian Pennywork

Centella asiatica a prostrate, perennial, faintly aromatic herb found wild throughout India and Ceylon up to an altitude of 2,000ft. This plant attain a height of 0.2-1mt. The leaves are orbiculoreniform, 0.5 - 1.5 inches in diam., with short stalks. The plant enjoys considerable reputation in Indian systems of medicine as diuretic, alterative and tonic. An infusion of the plant is used in India and Madagascar in the treatment of leprosy and is known to ameliorate the symptoms of the disease and to improve the general health of the patient. The leaves are commonly employed, but the use of the whole plant is recommended.the ususal dose for oral administration is 5 - 10 grains of the plant powder , thrice daily. In larger doses, the drug is a stupefying narcotic, producing giddiness and sometimes coma.

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Solanum Xanthocarpum
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Packaging TypePacket
Packaging Size1 kg
Is It DriedDried
FloweringJan.,Oct. - Dec.
Diameter1.2 - 1.5 cm

Solanum xanthocarpum a very prickly, diffuse, brightgreen, perennial herb, woody at the base. Stem somewhat zigzag, sparsely or densely clothed with stellate tomentum when young. Fruit a berry, more or less globose, 1.2 - 1.5cm in diameter, white with green veins when young, maturing yellow, glabrous, with persislent calyx. Seeds 2 mm in diameter, glabrous, ovoid - reniform, pale brown.

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