Blooming Trees

  • Kanara Nutmeg Tree
    Kanara Nutmeg is an endangered, endemic tree of Western Ghats. The species is exclusively associated with swampy conditions and habitat destruction seems to be the major threat. The species name canarica alludes to the north Karnataka region called
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  • Wild Nutmeg Tree
    Wild Nutmeg is a tree up to 20 m tall. Bark is brownish, usually smooth, irregulary flaky; blaze reddish. Branches are arranged in whorls, horizontal. Young branchlets are round, rusty tomentose. Red sap oozed from cut end of bark. Leaves are
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  • Prickly Paperbark Tree
    Prickly Paperbark is a small to medium sized tree up to 20 m tall, with a dense, rounded canopy and drooping branchlets. The spongy bark is white or light brown and peels of in large strips. The stalkless leaves are 7-15 mm long and 2.5-6 mm wide,
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  • Bitter Nutmeg Tree
    Bitter Nutmeg is a tree up to 20 m tall, often with stilt roots. Bark is brownish, warty, flaky; blaze reddish. Branches are usually at right angles to the main trunk. Branchlets are round, hairless. Sap is red from cut end of bark. Leaves are
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  • Nutmeg Tree
    Nutmeg is a tropical evergreen tree that reaches about 65 feet tall. It native to Indonesia and cultivated widely in India for its fruit. The bark is greyish black. The leaves are elliptic or oblong-lanceolate and leathery. The flowers, borne in
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  • Malabar Nutmeg Tree
    Malabar Nutmeg is a tree about 25 m tall. Bark is greenish-black, smooth; blaze reddish. Branches are horizontal, branchlets round, hairless. Red sap oozes from cut end of bark. Alternately arranged leaves, 9.5-22 x 3.7-10 cm, are elliptic or
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  • Tulip Tree
    Tulip Tree is a deciduous tree native to North America, that can grow to heights of over 30 m with trunk diameters of 4-6 ft. It sometimes takes a conical form, but when grown in the open tends to assume a broad columnar shape that is its signature
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  • Campbell's Magnolia Tree
    Campbell's magnolia is a magnolia that grows in the forests of the Himalaya from Nepal to SW China and Burma, at altitudes of 2400-3000 m. It is a large deciduous tree, bearing large white or cream, scented flowers, mostly on bare branches. Flowers
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  • Champa Tree
    Champa is native to Indonesia, India and other neighbouring areas. It occurs naturally in the eastern Himalayan region. It is a large evergreen tree with a long straight bole of 18-21 m with a close tapering crown composed of ascending branches. The
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  • Golden Champa Tree
    This variety of Champa produces golden yellow flowers. Champa is native to Indonesia, India and other neighbouring areas. It occurs naturally in the eastern Himalayan region. It is a large evergreen tree with a long straight bole of 18-21 m with a
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  • Temple Magnolia Tree
    Temple Magnolia is an evergreen trees, native to the Himalayas, up to 30 m tall. Young twigs, buds, leaf-stalks and leaf underside are covered with grayish white velvety hairs. Stipular scar is about 1/5 as long as the leaf-stalk. Leaf-stalks is 1-2
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  • Magnolia Tree
    Magnolia, a native of the southeastern US, is one of the most magnificent of the fragrant trees. It's trunk is typically straight and erect with spreading branches that form a dense, broadly pyramidal crown. It has large, thick, leathery dark green
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  • Egg Magnolia Tree
    Egg Magnolia is a medium size tree with large velvet leaves and fragrant yellowish off-white flowers about 4-5" wide. It is found in North-East India - Assam, Manipur, Sikkim. Before opening, buds have an egg shape, hence the common name. One of the
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  • Saucer Magnolia Tree
    Saucer Magnolia is probably one of the most popular magnolia. It originated as a hybrid of two Asian magnolias, China's ivory-white Yulan Magnolia (M. denudata) pollinated by Japan's Lily Magnolia (M. liliiflora). It was named after Etienne
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  • Pond Apple Tree
    Pond Apple is native to Florida in the United States, the Caribbean, Central and South America, and West Africa. It grows in swamps, is tolerant of saltwater, and cannot grow in dry soil. The tree grows to a height of around 10-12 m. It has thin,
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  • Netted Custard Apple Tree
    Netted Custard Apple is a fruit which is a close cousin of Sugar Apple. The tree that bears these fruits is a small deciduous or semi-evergreen tree sometimes reaching 10 metres tall and a native of Central America. The ill-smelling leaves are
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  • Sugar Apple Tree
    A small tropical tree, indigenous to the Amazon rainforest, growing up to 20' tall. The leaves are thin, oblong while the flowers are greenish - yellow. Flowers are oblong, 1 to 1 1/2 in long, never fully open, with 1 in long, drooping stalks, and 3
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