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Moulmein Rosewood Millettia peguensis

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Original price Rs. 100.00
Original price Rs. 100.00 - Original price Rs. 100.00
Original price Rs. 100.00
Current price Rs. 30.00
Rs. 30.00 - Rs. 30.00
Current price Rs. 30.00

Millettia peguensis, commonly known as Myanmar or Burmese Rosewood, is a species of flowering tree belonging to the Fabaceae family. As the name suggests, it is native to Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) and is predominantly found in the regions of Pegu (now Bago) and Tanintharyi in southeastern Myanmar.

Here is a general description of Millettia peguensis:

  1. Appearance: The tree typically grows to a medium to large size, reaching heights of up to 30 meters (about 100 feet) or more. It has a straight, cylindrical trunk with a diameter of about 60-100 cm (2-3 feet).

  2. Bark: The bark of mature trees is grayish-brown and becomes rough and fissured with age.

  3. Leaves: The compound leaves of Millettia peguensis are pinnate, composed of several pairs of leaflets and an odd terminal leaflet. The leaflets are elliptical, with a glossy green surface.

  4. Flowers: The tree produces clusters of small, fragrant, pink to purplish flowers. The blooms are attractive and often make the tree an ornamental choice.

  5. Wood: Millettia peguensis is highly valued for its timber, which is known as Myanmar or Burmese Rosewood. The wood is reddish-brown to dark brown in color, with distinct grain patterns and a fine texture. It is exceptionally durable and resistant to decay, making it a popular choice for furniture, cabinetry, musical instruments, and decorative items.

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