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We are a leading Exporter of Cassia Fistula Seed, Coix Lacryma-Jobi, Cupressus Funebris, Bauhinia Alba, Nyctanthes arbor-tristis Nyctanthes arbor-tristis and Cupressus Cashmeriana from Dehradun, India.

  • Cassia Fistula Seed
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Cassia Fistula Seed

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TypeNatural
Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticulture
DurationVery long lived more than 2 years
FloweringMar. - Apr.
English NameIndian Laburnum, Purging Fistula
Seeds Per KgApprox 6500
Pre Sowing TreatmentAcid H2SO4 Scarification
Germination percent22 to 60

Cassia fistula is a moderate-sized deciduous tree with a bole 40feet high and 3 - 4 ft in girth, indigenous to India, and naturalised in tropical Africa, South America and West Indies. It is sometimes cultivated for its beautiful yellow flowers which appear during April - June. The fruits are pendulous, cylindrical, 25 - 50cm, long and 1.5 - 3 cm in diam. And contain 25 - 100 seeds. Although one-celled in the beginning, the fruit latter develops numerous transverse septa between the seeds. In fresh pods, the seeds are completely surrounded by a black pulp, which, on drying adheres to the septa. The bark of Cassia fistula known as Sumari is sued in admixture with avaram bark in the tanning of East India Kips. It is mainly used as ornamental trees, but also used as firewood inMexico. Wood is also used to make farm implements. It is reported to be astringent, purgative, vermifuge. The fruit is used as an anti-inflamatory, antipyretic, refrigerent, good for eye ailments, flu, heart and liver ailments.Leaf poultices are used in facial massage for brain afflictions. This plant is alos used in epilepsy, diarrhea, cancer, constipation, pimples, glandular tumours, paralysis, rheumatism, kidney stones etc.

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  • Coix Lacryma-Jobi
  • Coix Lacryma-Jobi
  • Coix Lacryma-Jobi
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Coix Lacryma-Jobi

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BrandHorticultural Impex
Packaging Size1 kg
TypeNatural
Packaging TypePacket
FloweringDec. - Jan.
Height1-2 m

ob's Tears (Coix lacryma-jobi), Coixseed, Tear Grass, adlay, or adlai, is a tall grain-bearing tropical plant of the family Poaceae (grass family), attain a height of 1-2mt. native to Southeast Asia but elsewhere cultivated in gardens as an annual. Stem is erect, with brace roots from the lower nodes. Inflorecense prolific. Seeds yellow, purple, white or brown. The grass is monoecious with separate male and female flowers. There are soft-shelled forms for eating and hard-shelled ones for ornamentation. It is native to tropical Asia. It is not tolerant to drought. The seed is sown 5cm. deep and covered. It has been naturalized in the southern United States and the New World tropics. In its native environment it is grown in higher areas where rice and corn do not grow well. Vyjanti beads is also commonly, but misleadingly, sold as Chinese pearl barley in Asian supermarkets, despite the fact that C. lacryma-jobi are not of the same genus as barley (Hordeum vulgare).
There are two main varieties of the species. Wild type Coix lacryma-jobi var. stenocarpa and var. monilifer has hard shelled pseudocarps which are very hard, pearly white, oval structures used as beads for making rosaries, necklaces, and other objects. Cultivated type Coix lacryma-jobi var. ma-yuen is harvested as a cereal crop, has soft shell, and is used medicinally in parts of Asia.

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  • Cupressus Funebris
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Packaging Size1 kg
TypeNatural
Packaging TypePacket
FloweringOct. - Dec.
Height25 m

Cupressus funebris, commonly known as the Chinese weeping cypress, is a medium-sized elegant tree with bright-green hanging branches and lanceolate mucronate leaves with a spreading apex, attains a height of 25mt. The branches are generally horizontal and spread evenly. The flowers are monoecious. The seed cones, about 8-15 mm in diameter, are ovoid in shape and turn dark brown on maturity. Cupressus funebris seeds are light brown and lustrous. The seeds germinate more easily in well-drained sandy, loamy and clayey soils. Germination requires ample sunlight and soil pH of 6 or more. Cupressus funebris seeds can be easily stored for several years. This plant is native of China. It can also be propagate by stem cuttings and it is drought tolerant. The decoction of fruiting stem is used to treat cold. The wood is hard and durable.

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Bauhinia Alba
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ColorGreen
TypeNatural
Packaging TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket

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  • Family: Fabaceae or Pea family
  • Species: B. Alba
  • Common Name: Bauhinea White Flowered, White Orchid Tree, Love Tree, White Mountain Ebony
  • Altitude: 1600mt.

Description:
  • Tree has a short trunk, spreads branches and is marginally frost hardy
  • Large fragrant white flowers, with lemon green marking
  • Tree is leafless in winter
  • It bursts into a waterfall of white with the onset of summer

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Nyctanthes arbor-tristis Nyctanthes arbor-tristis
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
FloweringFeb. - April
English NameNight Jashmine, Coral jasmine

By leveraging upon our extensive market knowledge, we provide the best array of Nigella Sativa.

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  • Nigella Sativa is an annual flowering plant, native to south and southwest Asia
  • It grows to 20–30 cm (7.9–12 in) tall, with finely divided, linear (but not thread-like) leaves
  • The flowers are delicate, and usually coloured pale blue and white, with five to ten petals
  • The fruit is a large and inflated capsule composed of three to seven united follicles, each containing numerous seeds
  • The seed is used as a spice
  • Moreover, it is used as part of the spice mixture paanch phoran or panch phoron (meaning a mixture of five spices) and by itself in a great many recipes in Bengali cookery and most recognizably in naan bread

Scientific classification:
Kingdom:Plantae
Division:Magnoliophyta
Class:Magnoliopsida
Order:Ranunculales
Family:Ranunculaceae
Genus:Nigella
Species:N. sativa

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  • Cupressus Cashmeriana
  • Cupressus Cashmeriana
  • Cupressus Cashmeriana
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BrandHorticultural
Packaging TypePacket
TypeNatural
FloweringMarch - Sept.
English NameKashmir cypress

Cupressus cashmeriana, an evergreen coniferous tree with a conical outline, is native to the northeastern Himalayas. The tree is generally used as an ornamental tree across the globe and grows to a height of about 9-12mt. The trunk grows to approximately 3 m in diameter, and the needle-shaped leaves are 3 to 8 millimeter long. Cupressus cashmeriana seed cones are oval and turn dark brown at maturity to release the seeds after a 24 month long pollination cycle. Cupressus cashmeriana seeds are first scarified by soaking in water for 24 hrs, followed by cold stratification for one month. The seeds are sown about 1.16 inches deep in a mulched seed bed. It is highly drought tolerant. According to IUCN category it is estimated as ‘near threatened variety’. It is native to India and Burma.

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Antigonon Leptopus
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Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
English NameCoral creeper, Sandwich-Island creeper

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  • We are engaged in offering wide range of Antigonon leptopus, commonly known as Mexican Creeper coral vine or San Miguelito Vine is a species of flowering plant in the buckwheat family, Polygonaceae, it is a perrenial, that is native to Mexico
  • Moreover it is a vine with pink or white flowers

Specifications:
Common NameMexican Creeper, coral vine or San Miguelito Vine
SynonymsPoinciana pulcherrima
Collection LocaleNea Tropical terrain, INDIA
Altitudeupto 1000 ft
Seed Collection periodDec
Seed Longevity1-2 year
Seed Purity99.00%
Seed Treatmentn
Usual Germination60-90 %
Characteristics:Evergreen, Ornamental

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Bauhinia Vahlii
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Packaging TypePacket
Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg

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  • Family: Fabaceae
  • Species: B. Vahlii
  • Common Name: Purple bauhinia, orchid tree, camel's foot tree, butterfly tree, geranium tree
  • Altitude: 1500 mt

Description:
  • Bauhinia vahlii is a largest woody creeper that can climb up to 98 feet (30 m) with large cluster of 35 white flowers
  • It is considered to be an enemy of trees
  • As it would swallow up trees it is named as enemy of trees

Uses:
  • The foliage is used as fodder and the seeds are eaten; bark yields good fibres for ropes etc.
  • It is medicinally important and also yields tanning material

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  • Millettia Pinnata
  • Millettia Pinnata
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BrandHorticultural Impex
Packaging Size1 kg
TypeDried
Packaging TypePacket

Millettia pinnata is a species of tree in the pea family, Fabaceae, native in tropical and temperate Asia including parts of India, China, Japan, Malesia, Australia and Pacific islands. It is often known by the synonym Pongamia pinnata as it was moved to the genus Millettia only recently. Common names include Indian Beech, Pongam Oiltree, Karanj (Hindi), Honge (Kannada), Pungai (Tamil), K??nuga (Telugu),  Naktam??la (Sanskrit).
A legume tree that grows to about 15–25 meters (50–80 ft) in height with a large canopy which spreads equally wide. It may be deciduous for short periods. The leaves are a soft, shiny burgundy in early summer and mature to a glossy, deep green as the season progresses. Flowering starts in general after 3–4 years. Cropping of pods and single almond sized seeds can occur by 4–6 years. Small clusters of white, purple, and pink flowers blossom on their branches throughout the year, maturing into brown seed pods.
Naturally distributed in tropical and temperate Asia, from India to Japan to Thailand to Malesia to north and north-eastern Australia to some Pacific islands; It has been propagated and distributed further around the world in humid and subtropical environments from sea-level to 1200m, although in the Himalayan foothills it is not found above 600m.[4] Withstanding temperatures slightly below 0 °C (32 °F) and up to about 50 °C (120 °F) and annual rainfall of 500–2,500 mm (20–100 in), the tree grows wild on sandy and rocky soils, including oolitic limestone, and will grow in most soil types, even with its roots in salt water.

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Lagerstroemia Indica Plant Seeds
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Packaging Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
FloweringNov. - Dec.
English NameCommon Cape Myrtle

With immense market knowledge, we have been able to provide optimum quality Lagerstroemia indica Plant.

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  • Family: Lythraceae
  • Species: L. indica
  • Common Name: Crape myrtle, Crepe myrtle
  • Altitude: 2400ft.

Description:

  • The bark is a prominent feature being smooth, pinkish-gray and mottled, shedding each year
  • Leaves also shed each winter, after spectacular color display, and bare branches re-leaf early in the spring; leaves are small, smooth -edged, circular or oval -shaped and dark green changing to yellow and orange and red in autumn
  • Flowers, on different trees, are white, pink, mauve, purple or carmine with crimped petals, in panicles up to 9cm
  • Lagerstroemia indica is frost tolerant, prefers full sun and will grow to 20 feet / 6 metres with a spread of 20 feet / 6 metres

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  • Callistemon Viminalis Seed
  • Callistemon Viminalis Seed
  • Callistemon Viminalis Seed
  • Callistemon Viminalis Seed
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Pack Size1 Kg
Pack TypePacket
English NameJune - Nov.

The leaves of C. viminalis from New South Wales gave 2.2% of an essential oil containing cineole (. 30%), d.-x-pinene, amyl alcohol, a sesquiterpene and a phenol (2%). The oil from Queensland contained; cineole (60-80%), dipentene, limonene, terpineol, a sesquiterpene and a phenol (0.5%)

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Coriandrum Sativum
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FloweringMay - June
Is It DriedDried
English NameCoriander

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  • Family: Apiaceae
  • Species: C. sativum
  • Common Name: Cilantro, Chinese parsley,dhania, coriander
  • Altitude: upto 1500ft.


Description:

  • Coriandrum Sativum has a very strong aroma that can be felt from meters away from the growing spot
  • Coriandrum Sativum has slender stems with leaves on it
  • The leaves are different as you towards the top
  • At the base they are larger and at the top tips of branches they are a bit feathery in shape
  • The flowers on the branches are clustered and are slightly purple in color
  • The roots are also important in terms of their aroma and culinary use
  • The stem can have length up to 3 feet tall


Uses:

  • All parts of the plant are edible, but the fresh leaves and the dried seeds are the parts most traditionally used in cooking

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Koelreuteria Paniculata
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TypeNatural
FloweringOct. - Dec.
English NameGolden - rain tree

Koelreuteria paniculata is a spreading tree with pinnate leaves, each consisting of 7-15 or more ovate oblong, scalloped leaflets. Emerging leaves are pink - red, becoming midgreen and turning butter yellow in aulumin. Flowers in pyramidal pernicles, yellow in colour, fruits bladder-like capsules, pink or red at maturity.

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  • Sterculia Foetida
  • Sterculia Foetida
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TypeDried

Sterculia foetida is a large, straight, deciduous tree growing to 40 m in height and 3 m in girth, with the branches arranged in whorls and spreading horizontally. The bark is smooth and grey. Leaves crowded at the ends of branchlets, digitate, with 7-9 leaflets; leaflets elliptical or elliptic-lanceolate, acuminate, 10-17 cm long, shortly petioluled, with unpleasant smell; petiole 12.5-23 cm long. Flowers in many panicles, subterminal, 10-15 cm long; rather large, green or dull purple; unisexual, with male and female flowers on separate trees; calyx dull, orange coloured, deeply 5-partite; lobes 1-1.3 cm long. Follicles scarlet, 7.6-9 x 5 cm, very stout, ultimately woody; seeds 10-15, slatecoloured, ellipsoid, oblong, 1.5-1.8 cm with rudimentary yellow aril. The generic name is based on the Latin word ‘stercus’, meaning ‘manure’, which refers to the smell of the flowers and leaves of some species. The malodorous nature of the tree is emphasized in the species name, ‘foetida’, meaning ‘stinking’.

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  • Jasminum Arborescens
  • Jasminum Arborescens
  • Jasminum Arborescens
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Jasminum Arborescens

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TypeNatural
English NameTree jasmine

Jasminum arborescens large sub-erect or climbing shrub with hairy branchlets, distributed along the sub-Himalayan tract and outer ranges up to an altitude of 4000 ft and in Bengal, chota Nagpur, orissa, and hills of Ganjam, Visakhapatnam and Bellary. Leaves simple, opposite, shortly acuminate, often tomentose on both surfaces; cymes with 12 - 20 flowers, not dense; flowers white and very fragrant; carpels single, ellipsoid, black. This species is common in sal and miscellaneous forests throughout the sub-Himalayan tract and alsont he rocky hillsides and nalas in Chota Nagpur.

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  • Cupressus Macrocarpa
  • Cupressus Macrocarpa
  • Cupressus Macrocarpa
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TypeNatural
FloweringNov.-Dec.
English NameMonterey cypress

Cupressus macrocarpa, an evergreen coniferous tree, is narrowly conical to columnar and spiky topped when young, while becoming very wide spreading with age. The tree reaches a height of 25-40 meters in 10 to 20 years, the bark diameter is generally 1,5 to 2.5 meters but normally attains aheight of 70-90ft. The tree has a shallowly ridged bark with pointed, dark to bright green lemon scented leaves borne in erect or spreading, plume-like sprays, oppositely arranged, simple, entire, evergreen and less than 2inches. Flowers are yellow in colour. Flowering occurs in spring. Fruit is round in shape and around 1-5inch in size. Cupressus macrocarpa seed cones are grayish white in color, oblongoid in shape, and contain 4-6 pairs of scales. Cupressus macrocarpa seeds are about 5-6 mm dark brown, non-spherical seeds. Cupressus macrocarpa generally observes a serotinous behavior and seeds are generally released in response to wildfires. It is moderately drought tolerant. It can also propagated by semi-hardwood cuttings.

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  • Tecomella Undulata
  • Tecomella Undulata
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TypeNatural

Tecomella undulata is tree species, locally known as Rohida in Urdu 'روہیڑا' found in Thar Desert regions of northwest and western India & Pakistan. This plant attains a height of 2-6mt. It is a medium sized tree that produces quality timber and is the main source of timber amongst the indigenous tree species of desert regions of Shekhawati and Marwar in Rajasthan. The trade name of the tree species is Desert teak' or Marwar teak.
Tecomella undulata is a deciduous or nearly evergreen tree of arid and semi arid regions. It occurs on flat and undulating areas including gentle hill slopes and sometimes also in ravines. It is well adapted to drained loamy to sandy loam soil having pH 6.5-8.0. The species thrives very well on stabilized sand dunes, which experience extreme low and high temperatures. It grows in areas of scanty rainfall (annual 150-500mm) and high temperature (35 °C to 48 °C). It can withstand extreme low temperature (0 °C to −2 °C) during winter and high temperature (48 °C to 50 °C) in summers. The tree is a strong light demander. It is drought, frost, fire and wind hardy. At the time of flowering (December-February) it produces beautiful showy flowers in yellow, orange and red colours. Three types of flower bearing trees can be observed near to each other in the same vicinity.

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  • Calophyllum Inophyllum
  • Calophyllum Inophyllum
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TypeNatural

The flower is 25 millimetres (0.98 in) wide and occurs in racemose or paniculateinflorescences consisting of 4 to 15 flowers. Flowering can occur year-round, but usually two distinct flowering periods are observed, in late spring and in late autumn. The fruit (the ballnut) is a round, green drupe reaching 2 to 4 centimetres (0.79 to 1.57 in) in diameter and having a single large seed. When ripe, the fruit is wrinkled and its color varies from yellow to brownish-red.
Besides being a popular ornamental plant, its wood is hard and strong and has been used in construction or boatbuilding. Traditional Pacific Islanders used Calophyllum wood to construct the keel of their canoes while the boat sides were made from breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis) wood.
The seeds yield a thick, dark green tamanu oil for medicinal use or hair grease. Active ingredients in the oil are believed to regenerate tissue, so is sought after by cosmetics manufacturers as an ingredient in skin cremes. The nuts should be well dried before cracking, after which the oil-laden kernel should be further dried.

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  • Polyalthia Longifolia
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TypeNatural
FloweringJuly - Aug.

Polyalthia longifolia is a tall, handsome, evergreen tree with astraight trunk, condidered to be a native of the drier parts of Ceylon, very commonly cultivated all over India, in gardens and avenues. Bark smooth, greyish brown, thick; leaves glossy green, lanceolate with undulate margins; flowers in fascicles, yellowish green; fruit a cluster of small ovoid, purple, I-seeded carpels. There are also forms of this tree with markedly drooping branches. The tree grows well in moist and warm localities. Propagation is through direct sowing of seeds at site or planting 2-year old seedlings raised in pots or baskets. The seeds retain their viability for one season only and should be sown in August. It has been recommended for growing in tall hedges. It is reported to be subject to die-back disease caused by a species of Phomopsis. A number of defoliating larvae and a few other insect pests have also been recorded.

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Cassia Roxburghii
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TypeNatural

The leaves are clusters of pink, rose or orange flowers, 15–60 cm (5.9–23.6 in) long, and pinnate with three to eight pairs of leaflets, each leaflet 7–21 cm (2.8–8.3 in) long and 4–9 cm (1.6–3.5 in) broad. The flowers are produced in pendulous racemes 20–40 cm (7.9–15.7 in) long, each flower 4–7 cm (1.6–2.8 in) diameter with red to pinkish petals. The fruit is a legume.

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  • Colvillea Racemosa
  • Colvillea Racemosa
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TypeNatural

This tree leaves are soft, rich green and sway easily in the breeze.Colville’s glory tree in full sun and deep, rich, acid to neutral soil with good drainage. Though not overly tolerant of drought, it copes with lower water levels by shedding foliage and can become fully deciduous in subtropical areas with cool, dry winters. New leaves will not emerge until weather is warmer and water available again.
This outrageously beautiful flowering tree is tall and open and best nestled among other shorter, more rounded and dense trees. It look perfect planted among a mixed grove of palms and shade trees or as a specimen in a large public park or open landscape.

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  • Toona Ciliata
  • Toona Ciliata
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TypeNatural

Australian Red Cedar (called also Toona ciliata, Suren or Indian Mahogany), Toona ciliata is a forest tree in the family Meliaceae which grows throughout southern Asia from Afghanistan to Papua New Guinea and Australia. In Australia its natural habitat is now extensively cleared subtropical rainforests of New South Wales and Queensland. The Australian population was formerly treated as distinct species under the name T. australis. The species can grow to around 60m (45mt.) in height and its trunk can reach 3m in girth. The largest recorded T. ciliata tree in Australia grew near Nulla Nulla Creek, west of Kempsey, New South Wales and was felled in 1883. The southern most limit of natural distribution is on basaltic soils, growing west of the Princes Highway near the village of Turmeil, south of Ulladulla, southern Illawarra, NSW. It also naturally occurs at Norfolk Island.
It is one of Australia's few native deciduous trees. The timber is red in colour, easy to work and very highly valued. It was used extensively for furniture, wood panelling and construction, including shipbuilding, and was referred to as "Red Gold" by Australian settlers. Heavily and unsustainably exploited in the 19th Century and early 20th Century, almost all the large trees have been cut out and the species is essentially commercially extinct. However, the timber is relatively fast growing and following on from a wave of tree cutting in the 1950s, regrowth and timber from forestry sources currently provides trees up to 1 metre in diameter for the furniture trade in Australia and timber is not difficult to source. Timber is currently also harvested in New Guinea. Although it is not generally a viable plantation species, trees are regularly harvested by Forestry in the Atherton region of Queensland. It grows best in an environment with high light levels, however in the relative darkness of the rainforest understory, it is less susceptible to attack by the Cedar Tip Moth.

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Cassia Alata
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Packaging Size1 Kg
Packaging TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
FloweringDec. - Jan.

Owing to the efforts of our dedicated team of professionals, we have been constantly engaged in offering the best quality Cassia Alata.

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  • We are engaged in offering wide range of Cassia Alata, the candle bush, an important medicinal tree as well as an ornamental flowering plants in the subfamily Caesalpinioideae
  • It also known as a Candelabra Bush, Empress Candle Plant, Ringworm Tree or candletree
  • A remarkable species of Senna, it was sometimes separated in its own genus, Herpetica
  • Senna alata is native to Mexico and can be found in diverse habitats
  • In the tropics it grows up to an altitude of 1,200 meters. It is an invasive species in Austronesia
  • Moreover, the shrub stands 3 4 m tall, with leaves 50 80 cm long.
  • The inflorescence looks like a yellow candle
  • The fruit shaped like a straight pod is up to 25 cm long, Its seed are distributed by water or animals and leaves close in the dark

Specifications:
Common NameCandle Bush, Candelabra Bush, Empress Candle Plant, Ringworm Tree or "candletree"
SynonymsCassia alata, Cassia bracteata, Cassia herpetica, Cassia rumphiana, Herpetica alata
Collection LocaleNea Tropical terrain, INDIA
Altitudeupto 1000 ft
Seed Collection period Sept- Oct
Seed Longevity1-2 year
Seed Purity99.00%
Seed Treatmentn
Usual Germination 60-70 %
Characteristics:Evergreen, Ornamental, medicinal

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Bauhinia Purpurea
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
FloweringJan. - Mar.
English NameButterfly Tree, Geranium Tree, Orchid Tree
Seeds per kgApprox 4500
Pre Sowing TreatmentNot Required
Germination PercentPlus 80

Other Details:
  • Family: Leguminosae
  • Species: B. Purpurea
  • Common Name: Purple bauhinia, orchid tree, camel's foot tree, butterfly tree, geranium tree
  • Altitude: 500 - 2000(-3000) mt.

Description:

  • Bauhinia purpurea is a small to medium-sized deciduous fast-growing shrub or tree with a round, symmetrical, moderate dense crown to 10 m tall, young branches becoming glabrous
  • In dry forests, the size is much smaller
  • The bark is pale grey brown, fairly smooth to slightly fissured and scaly
  • The twigs are slender, light green, slightly hairy and angled, becoming brownish grey
  • The heart-wood is brown, hard and durable

Uses:
  • The wood is used for agricultural implements
  • The tree yield edible gum
  • In India, the bark is extensively applied in glandular diseases and as a poison antidote while the leaves are administered as cough medicine
  • The flowers are said to be laxative and used in curries and pickles

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  • Pinus Patula Ornamental Plants
  • Pinus Patula Ornamental Plants
  • Pinus Patula Ornamental Plants
Pinus Patula Ornamental Plants
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FloweringJuly - Dec.
TypeNatural
DurationModerate Long Lived (6-12 months)
English NameMaxican Weeping pine
Seeds per kg100000
pre Sowing TreatmentScarification

Pinus Patula round to broadly spreading tree with scaly, reddish brown bark, pale - green - brown, glaucous shoots. This plant attains a height of 50mt. Slender, pendent, shiny, lightgreen leaves, 15-30cm long, brone in trees, rarely four or fives. Stalkless is long conical, yellow to chestnut-brown female cones, 6-10cm long. The flowers are monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and are pollinated by Wind.The plant is not self-fertile. This plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils, prefers well-drained soil and can grow in nutritionally poor soil. Suitable pH: acid and neutral soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It prefers dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought. A tan or green dye is obtained from the needles. The needles contain a substance called terpene, this is released when rain washes over the needles and it has a negative effect on the germination of some plants, including wheat.

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  • Erythrina Indica
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Erythrina Indica
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Erythrina Indica

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ColorGreen
BrandHorticultural Impex
FloweringSept. - Oct.
Size Ft6 - 9m
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Erythrina indica is a moderate - sized tree of rapid growth. it is a broad and spreading tree attains a height of 6-9mt. it has mmany stout branches that are armed with black tigers claw spines. There are curved claw spines on the long stalks too. The leaves are compound, with three diamond shaped leaflets, each about 6inches long. Flowers are bright searlet in dense racemes, 2-3inches long in dense terminal clusters. Flowering occurs little during the summer too. Pods torulose, cylindrical, 6 - 15 in long and constricted between reddish brown seed. Seeds are 1 – 8 in numbers.

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Artabotrys Hexapetalus
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Artabotrys Hexapetalus

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Pack TypePacket
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
FloweringSept. - Feb.
English NameClimbing ylang-ylang

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  • Family: Annonaceae
  • Species: A. Hexapetalus
  • Common Name: Fragrant cananga, Macassar-oil plant or perfume tree
  • Altitude: upto 1200mt.

Description:
  • Artabotrys hexapetalus, also known as manoranjini is a shrub found in India and its flowers are renowned for its exotic fragrance
  • The yellow colored flowers of this plant are very fragrant
  • The flowers are greenish in the beginning and turn yellow with age and the flowers are long lasting with fruity pleasant smell
  • The common names include Ylang Ylang Vine, Climbing lang-lang, Tail grape and Ilang-ilang
  • When young it is a shrub which turns into a climber once attains the height of about 2 meters

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Asparagus Racemosus Seed
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Asparagus Racemosus Seed

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TypeNatural
Packaging TypePacket
Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg

Asparagus racemosus an extensively scandent, much-branched, spinous under-shrub, with tuberous, short rootstock bearing numerous fusiform, succulent tuberous roots 30-100cm long and 1-2cm thick, found growing wild in tropical and sub-tropical parts of India including the Andamans; and ascending in the himmalayas up to an altitude of 1,500m. Stem woody, whitish grey or brown armed with strong, straight or recurved spines 5-13 mm long; cladodes more or less acicular, 2-6 nate, falcate, finely acuminate; leaves reduced to sub-erect or sub-recurved spines; In july flowers white with a pink tint, mounted on short, thorny stems, fragrant, small, profuse in simple or branched racemes up to 7cm long; bewrries globose, scarlet, trilobed, 4-6mm in diam. Red berries appear in September. The rhizome with roots has good medicinal value. It is used in treatment of bronchitis, cancer, inflammation, neuropathy, nervous disorder, hyperacidity and infectious disease.

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