झाडांची माहिती

Tree No. Tree Name Tree Botanical Name Description Photo
T1 मोहगनी Swietania Mahogani The trunk of this tree is used to make furniture and musical instruments. Famous in the world for its durability and beautiful colour tones.
T2 अशोक Saraca Asoca Known for its evergreen, thick foliage, fragrant flowers and pointed top. It has beautiful flowers that bloom in bright yellow and orange in the months of February to April.
T3 गुलमोहर Delonix Regia The Gulmohar tree has large flamboyant orange flowers and a wide canopy for which reason it is known for its ornamental value. The wood of the Gulmohar tree is used to make agricultural implements, handles for carpentry tools, combs etc.
T4 कढीपत्ता Murraya Koenigii Tropical to sub-tropical is native to India and Sri Lanka. The leaves of this tree have also found their way into south Indian cooking and lend a distinct flavour and aroma to their cuisine. The tree also produces small black berries.
T5 पिंपळ Ficus Religiosa An evergreen tree that is worshipped in many different Indian religions. Its distinguishing feature is its heart-shaped leaves with an extra drip that dance magically every time the wind runs through them
T6 वड Ficus Benghalensis The national tree of India, the Banyan tree has a large canopy and aerial prop roots. It is revered by Hindus and Buddhists alike and represents life and fertility.
T7 कडूनिंब Azadirachta Indica Neem is perhaps best known for its medicinal properties and is used in the preparation of making kinds of cosmetics such as shampoos, soaps, creams, ointments etc. It is also used to treat the pox virus and is used as a natural pesticide
T8 ओक - Oak tree in India are mostly found in the Himalayan region along with pine forest. In hill states of India, Oak wood used to make agricultural implements
T9 अर्जुन Terminalia arjuna Arjuna Tree found growing near dry river banks in India and used in Ayurveda for treatment of heart disease. The arjuna is also sacred in Buddhism and nickname as Guardian of the heart.
T10 शिसम /सिसू Dalbergia sissoo Dalbergia sissoo is known as Shisham in India or by the name of Indian Rosewood. The fast growing tree is native to the Indian Subcontinent and an important commercial timber.
T11 चिंच Tamarindus indica Tamarind is a leguminous tree bearing edible fruit that is indigenous to tropical Africa. The genus Tamarindus is monotypic, meaning that it contains only this species. The tamarind tree produces brown, pod-like fruits that contain a sweet, tangy pulp, which is used in cuisines around the world
T12 भेंडी Thespesia populnea Thespesia populnea, commonly known as the portia tree Indian tulip tree is species of flowering plant belonging to the mallow family, Malvaceae. It is a small tree or arborescent shrub that has a pantropical distribution
T13 चंपा/चाफा Magnolia champaca Magnolia champaca, known in English as champak is a large evergreen tree in the family Magnoliaceae.  It is known for its fragrant flowers, and its timber used in woodworking.
T14 पळस Butea monosperma Butea monosperma is a species of Butea native to tropical and sub-tropical parts of the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia, ranging across India. Common names include flame-of-the-forest and bastard teak.
T15 काशीद Peltophorum pterocarpum Peltophorum pterocarpum is a species of Peltophorum, native to tropical southeastern Asia and a popular ornamental tree grown around the world.
T16 फणस Artocarpus heterophyllus The jack tree is well-suited to tropical lowlands, and is widely cultivated throughout tropical regions of the world. It bears the largest fruit of all trees
T17 बेहडा Terminalia bellirica Terminalia bellirica, known as bahera  is a large deciduous tree common on plains and lower hills in Southeast Asia, where it is also grown as an avenue tree
T18 उंबर Ficus racemosa Ficus racemosa is a species of plant in the family Moraceae. Popularly known as the cluster fig tree, Indian fig tree or goolar (gular) fig
T19 बांबू Dendrocalamus strictus Culms are green covered with white blooms, which become dull green when mature and turn brown on drying. Young shoots are brown in color covered with white blooms
T20 पांगारा Erythrina indica E. variegata is a thorny deciduous tree growing to 27 m (89 ft) tall. The leaves are pinnate with a 20 cm (7.9 in) petiole and three leaflets. It has dense clusters of scarlet or crimson flowers and black seeds
T21 बकुळ Mimusops elengi Mimusops elengi is a medium-sized evergreen tree found in tropical forests in South Asia, the fruit is edible, and it is used in traditional medicine. As the trees give thick shade and flowers emit fragrance, it is a prized collection of gardens
T22 बेल Aegle marmelos Aegle marmelos L., commonly known as bael  is a species of tree native to the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. The tree is considered to be sacred by Hindus.
T23 आंबा Mangifera indica Mangifera indica, commonly known as mango, is a species of flowering plant in the sumac and poison ivy family Anacardiaceae. It is native to the Indian subcontinent where it is indigenous. Hundreds of cultivated varieties have been introduced to other warm regions of the world.
T24 महानीम/महारुख Ailanthus excelsa Ailanthus excelsa, commonly known as tree of heaven, is a large deciduous tree found in India and Sri Lanka.[1] In Tamil, it is also known as Pi-Nari Maram due to its disagreeable odor. The trees are grown along the edges of fields and rivers to mark boundaries and prevent soil erosion
T25 सावर Bombax ceiba Bombax ceiba, like other trees of the genus Bombax, is commonly known as cotton tree. More specifically, it is sometimes known as red silk-cotton; red cotton tree
T26 चंदन Santalum album Santalum album, or Indian sandalwood, is a small tropical tree, and is the most commonly known source of sandalwood. It is native to southern India and Southeast Asia. Certain cultures place great significance on its fragrant and medicinal qualities. It is also considered sacred in some religions and is used in different religious traditions.
T27 कदंब Anthocephalus indicus Anthocephalus indicus or A. indicus (family Rubiaceae; Hindi name KADAMBA or KADAM) is one of such ayurvedic remedy that has been mentioned in many Indian medicinal literatures.
T28 सुरु Casuarina equisetifolia Casuarina: the mature samaras being grey or yellow brown, and dull; cone bracteoles thinly woody, prominent, extending well beyond cone body, with no dorsal protuberance;
T29 बाभूळ Acacia arabica Vachellia nilotica is a tree 5–20 m high with a dense spheric crown, stems and branches usually dark to black coloured, fissured bark, grey-pinkish slash, exuding a reddish low quality gum. The tree has thin, straight, light, grey spines in axillary pairs
T30 बदाम Terminalia catappa Otherwise known as the Indian almond, Malabar almond or Bengal almond. Its Indian names are Deshi badam in Hindi, Bangla badam in Bengali, Badamuchetti in Tamil.
T31 बोर Ziziphus mauntiana This is a tree that grows wild, and in gardens but best in dry areas. As it produces many seeds which grow easily it is not a favourite in gardens, as the seedlings have to be dug out to prevent too many growing and crowding out other trees
T32 कैलासपती Couroupita guianensis It is a large, fairly fast growing evergreen tree, with a thick straight trunk and rough grey-brown bark. Branches start growing fairly high up the trunk. The tree often looks untidy as the branches grow unevenly
T33 नारळ Cocos nucifera The palm takes about eight to ten years to mature (that means to grow to full size and bear fruit), although some cultivated palms take as little as five years to produce nuts.
T34 जांभूळ Eugenia jambolana This tree originated in India, Burma, Sri Lanka and Malaysia, and grows all over the country except in very dry sandy areas. It also grows well in Australia. It is very common in Maharashtra where forests of Jambhool can be seen
T35 करंज Pongamia glabra It is a fast growing, medium sized, nearly evergreen tree with a short trunk and spreading crown of branches. It has smooth dark grey-brown bark. In good conditions it can grow very tall.
T36 तामण lagerstroemia speciosa It is a fast growing deciduous tree which can grow very tall in wet areas but remains small or of medium height in dry or unsuitable places. Hardy in rich soil it can often flower only two years after planting, and has smooth light grey bark which peels in patches.
T37 गुलाबी शिरीष/ रेन ट्री Samanea saman Samanea saman, also sometimes known as the rain tree, is a species of flowering tree in the ... Rain Tree" located at Guwahati on the banks of the Brahmaputra River in Assam, India has the thickest trunk
T38 साग Tectona grandis The tree is a fairly slow growing deciduous tree, but takes time to mature (sixty to eighty years). The bark is ash coloured or brownish-grey and scaly. Until recently there were laws to protect teak trees, so that they could not be cut down without government permission
T39 बिब्बा Semecarpus anacardium The ripe fruit and its oil reported to be used for treating dyspepsia, nervous debility, neuritis, rheumatism and impotency. The fruits are also reportedly used to treat cancer, constipation, flatulence, helminnthiasis especially hookworms, scaly skin eruptions, leprosy, leucoderma, cardiac diseases, diabetes, turmours, ulcers and general debility. Oil is also used in manufacturing paints and composite wood.
T40 कांचन Bauhinia variegata Bauhinia variegata is a species of flowering plant in the legume family Fabaceae. It is native to an area from China through Southeast Asia to the Indian subcontinent. This is a very popular ornamental tree in subtropical and tropical climates, grown for its scented flowers
T41 हिरडा Terminalia chebula Terminalia chebula Is found throughout South andSoutheast Asia including in India. This tree is wild in forests of Northern India and central provinces
T42 जीवपुत्रक Putranjiva roxburghii, Wild olive Putranjiva is native to Southeast Asia, the Indian Subcontinent, Japan, southern China, and New Guinea. Along with Drypetes , it contains mustard oils as a chemical defense against herbivores. The ability to produce glucosinolates is believed to have evolved only twice, in the Putranjivaceae and the Brassicales.
T43 मोह Madhuca indica It is cultivated in warm and humid regions for its oleaginous seeds (producing between 20 and 200 kg of seeds annually per tree, depending on maturity), flowers and wood. The fat is used for the care of the skin, to manufacture soap or detergents, and as a vegetable butter. It can also be used as a fuel oil. The seed cakes obtained after extraction of oil constitute very good fertilizer. The flowers are used to produce an alcoholic drink in tropical India. This drink is also known to affect the animals. Several parts of the tree, including the bark, are used for their medicinal properties. It is considered holy by many tribal communities because of its usefulness.
T44 बहावा Cassia fistula, Golden shower tree Commonly known as golden shower, Indian laburnum or pudding-pipe tree. It is a flowering plant. The species is native to the Indian subcontinent and adjacent regions of Southeast Asia. It is a popular ornamental plant and is also used in herbal medicine. It is both the national tree and national flower of Thailand. It is the state flower of Kerala in India.
T45 अंजनी Memocylon umbellatum It is commonly known as ironwood, anjani or alli (Hindi), is a small tree found in India, the Andaman islands and the coastal region of the Deccan. It is also found in Sri Lanka. The leaves contain a yellow dye, a glucoside, which is used for dyeing the robes of Buddhist monks and for colouring reed mats (Dumbara mats). Medicinally, the leaves are said to have anti-diarrhoeal properties. Historically, this plant was burnt as fuel in the production of Wootz steel.
T46 क्रिसमस ट्री Araucaria columnaris It is a distinctive narrowly conical tree growing up to 60 m (200 ft) tall in its native habit. The trees have a slender, spire-like crown. The relatively short, mostly horizontal branches are in whorls around the slender, upright to slightly leaning trunk. The branches are lined with cord-like, horizontal branchlets. The branchlets are covered with small, green, incurved, point-tipped, spirally arranged, overlapping leaves.
T47 बीजा/विजयसार Pterocarpus marsupium, Indian Kino Tree Pterocarpus marsupium is a medium to large, deciduous tree that can grow up to 30 m (98 ft) tall. It is native to India (where it occurs in parts of the Western Ghats in the Karnataka-Kerala region and in the forests of Central India), Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Heartwood of Vijaysar is antibiotic and hypoglycaemic, and is used to control blood sugar. Kino gum, obtained from incisions in bark, has astringent, anti-diarrhoeal, and anti-haemorrhagic properties. Leaves are used externally to treat boils, sores, and other skin
T48 आकाश शेवगा Spathodea campanulata, Fountain Tree Spathodea is a flowering plant, fountain tree, pichkari or Nandi flame. The tree grows between 7–25 m (23–82 ft) tall and is native to tropical dry forests of Africa. This tree is planted extensively as an ornamental tree throughout the tropics and is much appreciated for its very showy reddish-orange or crimson (rarely yellow), campanulate flowers. The flower bud is ampule-shaped and contains water. The open flowers are cup-shaped and hold rain and dew, making them attractive to many species of birds.
T49 शेवगा Moringa oleifera, Drum Stick Moringa oleifera is a fast-growing, drought-resistant tree, native to the Indian subcontinent. It is widely cultivated for its young seed pods and leaves used as vegetables and for traditional herbal medicine. It is also used for water purification.
T50 लिंबु Citrus limon, Lemon The tree's  yellow fruit is used for culinary and non-culinary purposes throughout the world, primarily for its juice, which has both culinary and cleaning uses. The pulp and rind are also used in cooking and baking. The juice of the lemon is about 5% to 6% citric acid, with a pH of around 2.2, giving it a sour taste. The distinctive sour taste of lemon juice makes it a key ingredient in drinks and foods such as lemonade.
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