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Cordia Sebestena

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Original price Rs. 90.00
Original price Rs. 90.00 - Original price Rs. 90.00
Original price Rs. 90.00
Current price Rs. 30.00
Rs. 30.00 - Rs. 30.00
Current price Rs. 30.00

Cordia sebestena, commonly known as Orange Geiger or Geiger Tree, is a beautiful and ornamental flowering tree belonging to the Boraginaceae family. It is native to the tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas and is admired for its bright orange flowers and attractive foliage. Here is a description of Cordia sebestena plants:

  1. Size and Shape: Cordia sebestena is a medium-sized tree that can reach heights of about 5-10 meters (15-30 feet) with a spread of 4-6 meters (12-18 feet). It has a rounded, compact canopy with dense foliage.

  2. Leaves: The leaves of Cordia sebestena are simple, dark green, and leathery. They are oval to elliptical in shape and arranged alternately along the branches.

  3. Flowers: One of the most striking features of the Geiger Tree is its vibrant orange flowers. The tubular-shaped flowers are approximately 5 cm (2 inches) long and grow in clusters at the branch tips. They have five petals and a contrasting white center, creating a beautiful contrast against the dark green leaves.

  4. Blooming Period: Cordia sebestena typically blooms during the warm months, especially in spring and summer, although it can flower sporadically throughout the year.

  5. Fruit: After the flowers fade, the tree may produce small, spherical fruit that turns from green to brown when ripe. However, the fruit is not a significant ornamental feature of the trees.

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