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Kadamba Tree Neolamarckia cadamba Burflower-tree

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Original price Rs. 399.00
Original price Rs. 399.00 - Original price Rs. 399.00
Original price Rs. 399.00
Current price Rs. 50.00
Rs. 50.00 - Rs. 50.00
Current price Rs. 50.00

The Kadamba tree, also known as Neolamarckia cadamba, is a large, fast-growing, and evergreen tree that is native to Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent. It can grow up to 45 meters tall and has a wide, spreading canopy.

The tree has a straight trunk that is smooth and greyish-white in color, and its bark is thin and smooth. The leaves of the Kadamba tree are large, broad, and glossy green, and they are arranged alternately on the branches. The tree produces small, yellowish-orange flowers that bloom in clusters, and these flowers are followed by round, fleshy, greenish-yellow fruits that are about 2 cm in diameter.

The Kadamba tree is known for its cultural and religious significance in India, and it is often planted near temples and other sacred sites. The tree is considered sacred to Lord Krishna and is associated with love, wisdom, and enlightenment. In Ayurvedic medicine, the tree is also used for its medicinal properties, as it has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, and anti-microbial effects.

The wood of the Kadamba tree is soft, lightweight, and easy to work with, making it a popular choice for carving and construction. The tree is also a valuable source of nectar for honeybees, and its flowers are used to produce a fragrant and medicinal honey.

In addition to its cultural, religious, and medicinal significance, the Kadamba tree is also valued for its ecological importance. It provides habitat and food for a variety of wildlife, including birds, insects, and mammals, and its large canopy helps to regulate temperature and humidity in the surrounding environment.

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