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Offering you a complete choice of products which include Acacia Leucophloea Seed, Acacia Mearnsii Tree Seed, Acacia Suma, Acer Oblongum Seed, Acrocarpus fraxinifolius Seed and Aesculus Assamica Seeds.

Acacia Leucophloea Seed
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
FamilyMimosaceae
Seeds per kg60 - 70000
Germination Percent50 - 60

A moderate sized, diciduous tree, up to 3 m in height, characterstic of dry regions, found in the plains of Punjab and in the dry forest tracts throughout India.  Leaves bipinnate with spines; flowers in yellow heads arranged in terminal panicles c 30cm long; pods black, 10-20cm long, narrow, ligulate, with 10-20cm seeds.  The twigs and pods have been reported to be infected by the rust Hapalophragmiopsis ponderosum Thirum in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh.  The tree is parasitized by Loranthus scurrula Linn., L. longiflorus Desr. and L. longiflorus var. falcata Kurz.

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Acacia Mearnsii Tree Seed
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
Usage/ApplicationTannin, Fuel, Fodder, Soil Conservation
DurationLong Lived (1-2 years)
FloweringNovember
English NameBlack Wattle
SynonymA. mearnsii de Wild. syn. A. mollissima sensu auct. mult., non Willd. A. decurrens (Wendl.) Willd.
FamilyMimosaceae
Seeds Per kg95000
Pre sowing TreatmentAcid (H2SO4) Scarification, Hot Water
Germination Percent57

An evergreen tree, up to 12m I height, with dark green foliage, native to Tasmania, introduced into India in the mid 19th century near kodaikanal. It is now cultivated on plantation scale in the Nilgiries, the planis, and Kerala in South India, and in Shillong (Assam) and Kohima(Nagaland). Leaves bipinnate: pinnae 15-20 pairs; flowers in pale-yelllow heads, distrubuted in simple or panicled, terminal or axillary racemes; pods dark, pubescent, having c8 black seeds with club-shaped arils.

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Acacia Suma
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
Usage/ApplicationFuel wood
FloweringAug. - Sept.
SynonymA. suma Buch.-Ham (syn. Mimosa suma Roxb.)
familyMimosaceae

A large or middle sized tree.  Prickle in pairs, infra-stipular, conical, downy while young, brown shining afterwards, pod 3 - 5 x ¾in., pubescent when young. 

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Acer Oblongum Seed
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Usage/ApplicationFodder, Fod, Timber, Soil Conservation Fuel, Timber Tannin, Fuel, Tannin, Fodder Fuel, Gum
Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
English NameHimalayan maple
SynonymA. oblongum Wall. ex DC.
FamilyAceraceae
floweringJune - January
Seeds Per kg10000
Seed DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
Pre sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent50

A midium-sized, evergreen tree, 15-20m in height and 2m in girth, often irregularly buttressed at the base, found in the lower Himalayas from Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh, and in Manipur, ascending to an altitude of 2,500m also reported to be suitable for growing at higher elevations in Oatacamund and Coonoor in the Nilgiri  hills, bark white or green; leaves oblong or ovate, entire, 5-17 cm, with long petioles; flowers small, in lax  panicled cymes, samaras U-shaped, wings deltoid.

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  • Acrocarpus fraxinifolius  Seed
  • Acrocarpus fraxinifolius  Seed
  • Acrocarpus fraxinifolius  Seed
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TypeNatural
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticulture
UsageFuel, Boxwood, Pianks, Boards, Furniture, Plywood, Fodder
DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
FloweringApril - June
English NamePink cedar, Red cedar, Shingle tree
Seeds Per kgApprox. 32000
Pre sowing TreatmentHot Water
Germination PercentPlus 75

Acrocarpus fraxinifolius is a lofty, deciduous, buttressed tree, up to 60m in height and 8.1m in girth, with a clear bole of 18-45m. The tree is found in the lower hill-forests of the eastern Himalayas, extending to Nagaland and Manipur, and in the evergreen hill-forests of South India. Bark is fairly smooth, greyish brown, and leaves are bipinnate with 30cm or more long rachis. There are 5-8 pairs of oblong, elliptical-lanceolate or oblique leaflets. Flowers are scarlet, red or orange in simple, axillary, dense recemes. Acrocarpus fraxinifolius seed pods are long-stalked, flat and thin,and contain 5-10 seeds. Seeds are brown, obovate, oblique and compressed. Acrocarpus fraxinifolius commonly known as Pink cedar is one of the largest and fast growing timber trees in India thriving in areas of heavy rainfall. It is commonly found in the evergreen forests of the Western ghats, mostly on the hill slopes (up to 1,200m), in Sikkim and in Duars of West Bengal and Assam. The tree is now also cultivated on a large scale in Coorg and South Kanara districts of Karnataka. Acrocarpus fraxinifolius is also grown as a shade-tree for coffee in Coorg, and has been recommended for tea plantations. It can be grown in areas unsuitable for teak. The tree is sensitive to frost but the seedlings are not browsed by animals. Under natural conditions Acrocarpus fraxinifolius seeds germinate with the onset of monsoon and the young seedlings can be collected for the nursery. The tree flowers in South India from November to January and the fruits ripen during April-June. Though the pods are collected when they turn black, from February till the onset of the rains, the best seeds are obtained only during April-May. The pods are dried in the sun for 3-4 days on mats and beaten with stick to shell the seeds. About 46,000 seeds weigh to a kilogram. Acrocarpus fraxinifolius seeds cannot be stored for more than 10 months. The seeds, sown immedietaly after collection, show 30-40 per cent germination in 10 days. Successful germination requires soaking in concentrated sulphuric acid for about 10 min or in warm water for 14hrs. For direct sowings, the seeds are placed 1.8m apart or may be broadcast in burnt fuel-coupes.

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  • Aesculus Assamica Seeds
  • Aesculus Assamica Seeds
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TypeNatural
Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticulture
FloweringJuly - Sept.
English NameHorse Chestnut

Aesculus assamica is a middle sized tree, growing up to a height of 32 m, with handsome, sub-globose crown and conical erect panicles. Branch lets are hair less or hairy when young, Flowers are pale yellowish gray with 4 petals and 5-7 stamens and having purple or brown spots with beautiful fragrance. Pods are rusty brown and rugose, with a cocoon outside the seed. Aesculus assamica seeds are brown, globose, between 3-7 cm in diameter, and hilum white in color. Capsule is yellowish brown, ovoid, obvoid and sub-globose. Flowering occurs in February to May.

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Azadirachta Indica Seeds
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TypeNatural
Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticulture
DurationVery Short Lived (1-6 Months)
FloweringJun.-Aug.
English NameIndia Lilac, Margosa Tree, Neem Tree
Seeds per kg3330
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent90-100

Azadirachta indica, commonly known as neem, is a native to the Indian sub-continent, and is extensively used in Ayurveda and homeopathic systems of treatment, for its medicinal properties. The fast-growing and long-lasting tree grows up to a height of about 15 m, with a straight bole and spreading round crown. The bark is dark-brown and moderately thick, with wide longitudinal fissures. The pinnate leaves measure about 20-40 cm in length and the dark green leaflets are approximately 3-8 cm long. The green Azadirachta indica flowers bear an resembling to garlic, and turn yellow, when they ripen. The single or double seeded fruits are elongate-oval, smooth, and measure 1.4–2.8 cm by 1.0–1.5 cm. Azadirachta indica seeds are covered with a brown colored seed coat, and are elongated in shape. For successful germination, the seed cover is removed, and the seeds are sown in moist sand or agar at a temperature of 25 or 26°C. Azadirachta indica is useful for a wide variety of medicinal uses for its antibacterial, therapauptinc and healing properties. Every part of the tree, including its, bark, leaves, roots and seeds are used in the treatment of different diseases.

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  • Ceiba Pentandra
  • Ceiba Pentandra
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Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticulture
TypeNatural
Pack TypePacket
FloweringMar.-Apr.
English NameWhite Silk Cotton Tree,True Kapok Tree

Ceiba pentandra, or the Kapok tree, is a medium-sized deciduous tree and attain a height of 60-70mt., growing to a height of 100-150 feet in height, with horizontal whorled branches and broad buttress-based trunk. The tree is a India, Indoneasia, and the USA and is now also found in the rainforests of Africa and East Asia. The branches are prickly when young and bear digitately compound leaves, with 5-9 leaflets, measuring 7-8 cm in length. Ceiba pentandra flowers are generally clustered on new and small branches, with 5 petals, measuring about 2.5 cm in length. The pale pink or creamy white flowers give off a stinking odour, to attract bats, that assist in pollination. The pods are oblong capsules, measuring 6 inches in length and 2 inches in diameter. Ceiba pentandra seeds are black and obovoid, being enveloped in copious, shining, silky hairs arising from the inner walls of the capsules. The hairs allow seeds to be dispersed far away with the wind. The wood of Ceiba pentandra is very useful for construction, due to its great length, straight grain and beautiful color. The hairs around the pods are used for numerous uses including heat insulation, and as a substitute for down feathers of birds. The decoction of bark is diuretic, and to treat headache. It has some potential as a biofuel, also used in paint preparation.

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  • Gmelina Arborea
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TypeNatural
DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
FloweringMay - June
Seeds Per Kg2500
Pre Sowing TreatmentScarification
Germination Percent85

Gmelina arborea an anarmed tree, c. 20-30ft. high, with a clear bole of 20-30ft. and a girth of 5-7 ft., found scattered in deciduous forests throughout the greater part of India and the Andamans, up to an altitude of 5,000 ft.; it is also planted in gardens and avenues. Bark smooth whitish grey; leaves opposite, broadly ovate, cordate, glandular; flowers in terminal panicles, brownish yellow; drupe fleshy, ovoid, 1 or 2 seeded.

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Grewia Optiva
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TypeNatural
Days To FloweringApril-May
DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
FloweringOct. - Dec.
Seeds Per Kg3900
Pre Sowing TreatmentStratifiation
Germination Percent79

Grewia optiva is a moderate-sized tree, up to 45 ft. high and 4½ ft. in girth, with a clear bole of 10-12 ft. distributed from Punjab to Bengal, ascending to an altitude of about 7,000 ft. in the Himalayas k dark brown; leaves ovate, acuminate, serrate, rough; flowers pale yellow, in leaf-opposed cymes; drupe, c. ½inch in diam., 1-4 lobed, black when ripe, edible. The tree is often planted for hedges.

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  • Mallotus Philippensis
  • Mallotus Philippensis
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TypeNatural
DurationShort Lived (1-6 Months)
FloweringMarch-May
English NameKamala tree
Seeds per kg25000
Pre Sowing TreatmentScarification
Germination Percent70

Mallotus philippensis A shrub or a small, much-branched, evergreen tree with a short and often buttressed bole, found throughout india occasionally ascending to 1,500 m. in the outer Himalayas. Bark thin, grey, somewhat rough; leaves variable, hroadly ovate to ovate-oblong or ovate-lanceolate, glabrous above, pubescent with numerus red glands beneath; flowers in spikes, dioecious, small; capsules globose, 3-lobed, 3-valved, 0.75 - 1.25 cm. diam., densely covered with reddish brown glandular pubescence; seeds sub-globose, black, smooth, c. 4 mm. diam.

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  • Melia Azedarach
  • Melia Azedarach
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Melia Azedarach

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TypeNatural
DurationLong Lived (1-2 years)
FloweringJan.-Feb
English NamePersian Lilac, Bead Tree
Seeds per kg800
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent80

Melia azedarach is a moderate-sized deciduous tree, 9 -12 m high, with a cylindrical bole c. 3.5 m long x 1.2 m girth, found growing wild in the sub-Himalayan tract up to 1800 m. Bark dark grey with shallow longitudinal furrows: leaves bi-or ocassionally tripinnate: leaflets ovate or lanceolate, serrate; flowers lilac, fragrant, in axillary panicles; fruit an ellipsoid globose drupe with 4-5 seeds.

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  • Schleichera Oleosa
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Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Kilogram

BrandHorticultural Impex
Packaging Size1 kg
Packaging TypePacket
TypeNatural
English NameThe Lac Tree,Macassar Oil Tree,Ceylon Oak
Altitude900 m

Schleichera oleosa is A medium-sized to large, deciduous or nearly evergreen tree, up to 20mt. in height and 2.4 - 3.7 m in girth, usually with clear bole of c. 6 m, found in the sub-Himalayan tract for Kashmir to West Bengal and in central and penisular India, up to an altitude of 900m, especially in the moist localities; also recorded from the Garo hills. It is often grown for cultivation of lac, for oil, and for ornament. Bark grey or brown, reddish inside, exfoliating in small, round, irregular flakes c. 8 mm. thick; leaves paripinnate, 20 - 40 cm long; leaflets elliptic or elliptic-oblong, coriaceous, 5-25 cm x 3-10cm, 2-4 pairs; flowers minute, yellowish green, either male or bisexual, in axillary racemes; berries smooth or slightly prickly, globose or ovoid, hard-skinned, 1.25 - 2.5 cm, x 1.1-1.8cm, 1-2 seeded; seeds brown, irregularly ellipsoidal, 1.0 - 1.5cm x 0.8 - 1.25cm, slightly compressed, oily , enclosed in a succulent aril which dries up on the seed.

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Semecarpus Anacardium
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TypeNatural
DurationVery Short Lived (1-6 Months)
FloweringDec. - March
English NameThe marking nut tree, Oriental cashew
Seeds per kg700
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent70

Semecarpus anacardium A moderate sized deciduous tree, reaching up to a height of 12-15m and a girth of 1.25m found in the outer Himalayas from the Sutlej to sikkim, and fairly common throughout the hotter parts of India as far east as Assam. Bark dark brown, rough; leaves large, simple, 17.5-60.0cm x 10.0-30.0cm obovate-oblong; flowers small, dull greenish yellow, dioecious, in terminal panicles; drupes 2.5cm long, obliquely ovoid, smooth and shining, balck when ripe, situated on a fleshy orange-coloured receptacle.

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  • Sesbania Cannabina
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BrandHorticultural Impex
Packaging Size1 kg
Packaging TypePacket
TypeNatural
English NameDaincha,Prickly Sesban
Altitude1220 m

Sesbania cannabina a suffruticose, shrubby annual native to Australia, and cultivated during rainy season almost throughout India up to an altitude of 1220m also occasionally found in marshes and swamps. Stem green, sparingly prickly, 3.5mt. tall, branches from the bases; leaves abruptly pinnate with linear-oblong, glabrous leaflets; flowers in 3-4 flowered racemes, 1.25cm, long, pale yellow, unspotted or spotted red to black; pods 15-25cm. Long, straight or slightly curved with slightly indented margins.

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Shorea Robusta Seeds
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TypeNatural
DurationVery Short Lived (1-6 Months)
FloweringMay - July
English NameSal
Seeds per kg750
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination Percent75-90

Shorea robusta is a large sub-deciduous tree, seldom quite leafless, found extensively in parts of North-East and central India. Bark reddish brown or gery, smooth or longitudinally fissured; leaves 10-30cm x 5-18cm, ovate-oblong, coriaceous, shining when mature; flowers in lax, axillary or terminal panicles, yellowish, small; fruit 10-15mm long, c. 10mm in diameter ovoid, reddish to pale yellowish green in colour, indehiscent, one-seeded with five, somewhat unequal, 5.0-7.0cm long, wing like persistent sepals; seed ovoid, with fleshy, unequal cotyledons. A large sub-deciduous tree, seldom quite leafless, found extensively in parts of North, East and Central India.

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  • Terminalia Arjuna
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TypeNatural
DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
FloweringFeb.-March
Seeds Per Kg775
Pre Sowing TreatmentScarification
Germination Percent75

Terminalia arjuna A large, evergreen tree, with a spreading crown and drooping branches, common in most parts of India and also planted in many parts for shade and ornament. Stems rarely long or straight, attains a height of 25mt. generally always buttressed and often fluted: bark very thick, grey or pinkish green, smooth, exfoliating in large, thin erregular sheets: leaves sub-opposite, oblong or elliptic, coriaceous, usually 10-15cm long, occasionally 25cm, coriaceous, shortly acute or obtuse at the apex: flowers in panicled spikes: fruits 2.5-5.0cm long, nearly glabrous, ovoid or ovoid-oblong, with 5-7 hard, winged angles.

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  • Terminalia Bellirica
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TypeNatural
DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
FloweringNov.-Feb.
English NameBelliric myrobalan
Seeds per kg425
Pre Sowing TreatmentAlternate welting and drying
Germination Percent85

Terminalia bellirica a handsome tree, with characteristic bark, attaining a height up to 40m and a girth of 1.8-3.0m., found in deciduous forests throughout the greated part of India, but not in the arid regions. Stems straight, frequently buttressed when large: leaves broadly elliptic, clustered towards the ends of branches; flowers in solitary, simple, axillary spikes; fruits globular, 1.3-2.0cm. in diam., obscurely 5-angled. In traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine, Baheda is known as "Bibhitaki;" in its fruit form it is used in the popular Indian herbal rasayana treatment triphala. This species is used by some tribes in the Indian subcontinent for its mind-altering qualities - they smoke dried kernels. Too much of this can cause nausea and vomiting.

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  • Jacaranda Mimosifolia
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Jacaranda Mimosifolia

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TypeNatural
DurationLong Lived (1-2 years)
FloweringSept. - Feb.
Seeds Per Kg50000
Germination Percent70

Jacaranda mimosifolia an elegant shrub or medium-sized tree, commonly cultivated in Indian gardens for its finely divided foliage and beautiful folowers. Leaves alternate or almost opposite, bipinnate; pinnae in many pairs, each iwth 10-24 or more pairs of oblong-rhomboid leaflets with the end one larger; flowers bluish violet, in loose panicles; fruit an oblong, ovoid or broad capsule.

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  • Gliricidia Sepium
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Gliricidia Sepium

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TypeNatural

Gliricidia sepium small or medium-sized tree with a short bole, introduced into India primarily as a shade tree in plantations. Leaves large, imparipinnate, with 7-15 leaflets, bright green above and pale below; flowers purplish leaves are shed; pods linear; 4-8 in. long, compressed, containing 10 or more seeds.

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  • Kigelia Pinnata
  • Kigelia Pinnata
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Minimum Order Quantity: 6400 Kilogram

TypeNatural
English NameCommon Sausage Tree

Kigelia pinnata A medium-sized spreading tree of rapid growth, with short trunk and long distorted branches, sultivateed in many parts of India as an ornamental and roadside tree. The bark of the tree is greyish brown, rough; leaves imparipinnate; leaflets 7-9, elliptic-oblong or obovate, entire or serrate, 3-6 in. long; flowers deep chocolate-red, in long pendulous panicles; fruit gourd-like, up to 18 in. longx 5 in. diam., hanging by a rope-like penduncle up to 7 ft. long; seeds many, embedded in fibrous pulp.

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Holoptelea Integrifolia  Seeds
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TypeNatural

Holoptelea integrifolia a large deciduous tree distributed throughout the greater part of India up to an altitude of 2,000 ft. It is sometimes grown on the road side. This plant attains a height of 25mt. Leaves simple, alternate; stipules lateral, scarious; petiole 5-10 mm, stout, pubescent; lamina 6-12.5 x 2.5-6.5 cm, ovate-oblong, ovate or elliptic-ovate, base rounded or subcordate, apex acuminate, margin entire, distantly serrate when young, coriaceous, glabrous above, appressed pubescent punctate below; lateral nerves 6-9 pairs, pinnate, prominent, intercostae reticulate, prominent. Flowers polygamous, appear before leaves, 5-8 mm across, greenish-purple, in axillary fascicles; tepals 4 or 5, free, anthers pubescent; female flowers with longer pedicels; ovary superior, compressed, long stipitate, 2-winged, 1-celled, ovule 1; style 2 fid. Fruit a samara, 3 cm across, orbicular, wings nerved, glabrous, seed one. Bark grey,pustular, exfoliating in somewhat corky scales; leaves elliptic-ovate, acuminate, rounded or subcordate; flowers greenish yellow, polygamous, in short racemes or fascicles; fruit a sub-orbicular samara with membranous wing, edible; The bark when cut and the leaves and twings when crushed emit an unpleasant odour.

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Cedrus Deodara Seeds
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
English NameDeodar, Himalayan Cedar
Flowering SeasonOct.-Nov
Seeds Per Kg8000
DurationShort Lived (1-6 Months)
Pre sowing TreatmentStratifiation
Germination Percent90

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Specifications:
  • Family: Pinaceae
  • Species: C. Deodara
  • Common Name: Deodar, Himalayan Cedar
  • Altitude: 4000-10000ft

Description:
  • It is a large evergreen coniferous tree reaching 40–50 m (131–164 ft) tall, exceptionally 60 m (197 ft) with a trunk up to 3 m (10 ft) in diameter
  • It has a conic crown with level branches and drooping branch lets
  • The leaves are needle-like, mostly 2.5–5 cm (0.98–1.97 in) long, occasionally up to 7 cm (2.8 in) long slender (1 mm (0.039 in) thick), borne singly on long shoots and in dense clusters of 20–30 on short shoots they vary from bright green to glaucous blue-green in color

Uses:
  • It is widely grown as an ornamental tree, often planted in parks and large gardens for its drooping foliage
  • The inner wood is aromatic and used to make incense
  • Inner wood is distilled into essential oil
  • As insects avoid this tree, the essential oil is used as insect repellent on the feet of horses, cattle and camels. It also has anti-fungal properties and has some potential for control of fungal deterioration of spices during storage
  • The use of C. deodara in Ayurvedic medicines is well recorded
  • Deodar is in great demand as building material because of its durability, rot-resistant character and fine, close grain, which is capable of taking a high polish
  • Its historical use to construct religious temples and in landscaping around temples is well recorded
  • Its rot-resistant character also makes it an ideal wood for constructing the well-known houseboats of Srinagar Kashmir


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  • Item Code: HI-CEDE

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  • Gloriosa Superba
  • Gloriosa Superba
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TypeNatural

Gloriosa superba is a branched herbaceous climber common in low jungles almost throughout India up to an altitude of 6,000 ft. and in Andaman Islands. Stem is slender, annual, up to 6ft. long, arising from a perennial, fleshy, tuberous rhizome; rhizome cylindrical, bifurcated, usually V-shaped with the two limbs equal or unequal in length, pointed at the ends, up to 12 in. long and 1.5 inches in diam.; leaves alternate , opposite or whorled, sessile or nearly so, ovate-lanceolate, with acuminate tips spirally twosted to serve as tendrils; flowers showy, large, solitary or corymbose with perianth segments which have wavy margins, greenish at first later becoming yellow and finally scarlet or cromson; capsules c. 2 in. long, containing many rounded seeds.

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