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Millingtonia Hortensis Indian Cork Tree

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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

Millingtonia hortensis, commonly known as the Indian Cork Tree or Akash Neem, is a species of flowering tree in the family Bignoniaceae. Native to South Asia, it is particularly found in India, Sri Lanka, and Southeast Asian countries. Here is a description of the Millingtonia hortensis plant:

  1. Size and Shape: The Indian Cork Tree is a medium-sized deciduous tree that can grow up to 15-25 meters (50-80 feet) in height. It has a straight, slender trunk with a somewhat irregular, rounded crown.

  2. Leaves: The leaves of Millingtonia hortensis are pinnate, meaning they have multiple leaflets arranged in pairs along a central rachis. Each leaflet is lance-shaped and glossy green, giving the tree an overall lush appearance.

  3. Flowers: The tree produces fragrant, tubular, white flowers that are borne in large, pendulous clusters. The flowers have a pleasant and sweet fragrance, which is especially noticeable in the evening, giving it the common name "Akash Neem," which translates to "Sky Neem" in reference to its heavenly fragrance.

  4. Bark: The bark of the Indian Cork Tree is smooth and light gray in color when young, becoming rougher and darker as the tree ages.

  5. Fruits: After flowering, the tree produces slender, elongated fruits that are woody and contain numerous small seeds. These fruits are not significant from an ornamental or commercial perspective.

  6. Habitat and Cultivation: Millingtonia hortensis is well-suited for tropical and subtropical climates, where it thrives in well-draining soil and full sunlight. It is often found in gardens, parks, and along roadsides, appreciated for its aesthetic appeal and pleasant fragrance.

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