Thuja Occidentle Trees Nursery

Subtropical Trees

 Scientific Name

Thuja Occidentle

Family

Cupressaceae

Genus

Thuja

Species

 Occidentle

Common Name

 Morpankhi

Type

 Tree

Height

 Hardiness Zone


Description

Offering Trees of  Thuja Occidentle trees.

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Cupressus sempervirens Tree Nursery

Subtropical Trees

 Scientific Name

Cupressus sempervirens

Family

 Cupressaceae

Genus

Cupressus

Species

Sempervirens

Common Name

 Cypress

Type

 Tree

Height

 Over 40 feet

 Hardiness Zone

 8a

Description

We Offer Cupressus sempervirens tree Plants in Bulk Quantities. Annually can supply up to 50, 000 to
60, 000 Plants of Height 175Cm to 200Cm.
Cupressus sempervirens is also recognised as Italian cypress. The term Sempervirens  in Latin and means, evergreen or always green or always fresh. It is an ever green hardy tree , medium sized coniferous tree, with foliage growing in dense sprays. It can reach up to 35 meters in height. It is enduring, and can reach the age of more than 1,000 years. Its seeds cones are in oval shape. This
tree can endure some dry spell once settled.

 

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Polyalthia longifolia Trees & Seeds , Growers

Subtropical Trees

 Scientific Name

Polyalthia longifolia

Family

 Annonaceae

Genus

Polyalthia

Species

Longifolia

Common Name

False Ashoka, Buddha Tree, Indian mast and Indian Fir tree

Type

 Tree

Height

 Over 30 and 40 feet

Hardiness Zone

 10 – 12


Description

It is incorrectly distinguished as the ashoka tree (Saraca indica) due to the nearby likeness of the two trees. It is local to India and Srilanka and an evergreen tree, which is usually planted because of its adequacy in reducing noise pollution. It is used by landscapers as hedging tree. It displays symmetrical pyramidal development with dainty sobbing pendulous branches and long tight lanceolate leaves with undulate edges. The tree is known to develop more than 30 feet in stature. Polyalthia is gotten from a blend of Greek words signifying ‘many cures’ with reference to the therapeutic properties of the tree while Longifolia, in Latin, alludes to the length of its leaves.  New leaves are a coppery darker shading and are delicate and sensitive to touch, as the leaves become more established the shading turns into a light green lastly a dull green. The leaves are molded like a spear and have rippled edges. In spring the tree is spread over with sensitive star-like light green star-shaped blooms. The blossoms keep going for a brief period, generally for couple of weeks. Blossoms are not apparent much because of their shading. The tree can be trimmed into required sizes and in different shapes.In past, its light-weight trunks were utilized as a part of the making of poles / Mast for cruising ships, because of this it was called the Mast Tree.
Polyalthia Longifolia can be effortlessly grown from seeds and cuttings. It is a quickly developing tree and requires great presentation to daylight and not excessive watering.

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Delonix Regia Trees Seeds Growers Suppliers

Subtropical Trees

 Scientific Name

Delonix Regia

Family

 Caesalpiniaceae

Genus

Delonix

Species

Regia

Common Name

Royal Poinciana, Flamboyant Tree, Flame Tree, Peacock Flower, Gulmohar

Type

 Tree

Height

 20 to 30 feet

 Hardiness Zone

 10a

Description

Offering trees of delonix regia trees.
Delonix regia is a types of blooming plant in the bean family Fabaceae, subfamily Caesalpinioideae, also known as Flame Tree. It is known for its ostentatious show of blossoms. In numerous tropical parts of the world it is developed as an decorative tree.
This species was earlier set in the family Poinciana, which was named for Phillippe de Longvilliers de Poincy, who was the legislative leader of Saint Christophe (Saint Kitts) in
the seventeenth century. Flowers of flame tree,  show up in inflorescence along and at the closures of branches.
Poinciana trees requires a tropical or tropical like atmosphere, yet it can endure dry spell and salty circumstances as well.

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Azadirachta indica Trees Nursery

Subtropical Trees

Azadirachta indica

 Scientific Name

Azadirachta indica

Family

 Meliaceae

Genus

 Azadirachta

Species

Indica

Common Name

 Neem

Type

 Tree

Height

 Over 40 feet

 Hardiness Zone

9a

Description

Azadirachta indica is commonly known as Neem, and native to the Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri lanka. It is an evergreen and fast growing tree. Yet in extrAzadirachta indicaeme dry season it might shed most or about the majority of its leaves. It  can reach up to 12 to 25 meter in height. Its dense crown is spread all around and is roundish and wide spreading.  Its bark is dark grey in color, which is  in the shape of broken scales. Its seeds and fruit are wellspring of neem oil.
The neem tree is known for its dry season resistance. Usually it flourishes in regions with sub-dry to sub-muggy conditions, with a yearly precip
itation of 400–1,200 millimeters.
It can develop in various sorts of soil, yet it flourishes best on very much depleted profound and sandy soils.
It can stand higher temperatures and does not stand temperature beneath 4 °C.
In India, its leaves are used to put in the cupboards to keep insects away and its tender
shoots and flowers are used as vegetables too. Its seeds are crushed in to powder and
soaked in to water and sprayed over the crops to act as repellent from insects.
Its twigs are chewed and used as toothbrush since centuries in Middle-east and Africa and India. Neem seed mash is helpful for yielding methane gas. Neem oil is likewise utilized for hefty hair, to enhance liver capacity, purify the blood, and maintain glucose levels and
to treat skin ailments as well. So far, inadequate research has been done to evaluate the implied advantages of Azadirachta.

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Terminalia mantaly Trees Seeds Landscape Trees Growers

Subtropical Trees

Scientific Name

Terminalia mantaly

Family

 Combretaceae

Genus

Terminalia

Species

Mantaly

Common Name

 Umbrella Tree

Type

Tree

Height

 30 to 60 feet

Hardiness Zone


Description


Terminala mantaly are deciduous trees. It is used as landscape and roadside tree. Terminala leaves have the milky or yellowish marks on  it. These marks give the impression of snow on it.

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Grevillea Robusta Sub Tropical Landscape Trees Growers

Subtropical Trees

 Scientific Name

Grevillea Robusta

Family

 Proteaceae

Genus

Grevillea

Species

Robusta

Common Name

 Silk Oak, Silky Oak, Silver-Oak

Type

 Tree

Height

 20ft to over 40 feet

 Hardiness Zone

 9a

Description


Grevillea robusta is also known as silky oak trees, southern silky oak and silk oak etc. It is not firmly identified with the genuine oaks. It is an evergreen and fast growing tree. It can reaches up to the height of 18m to 35meters.
Its blossoms are brilliant golen-orange bottle-brush-like flowers, and are utilized for nectar creation.
the blooms have no petals, Its flowers have a long calyx that parts into 4 projections.
At the point when it is young, it can be developed as a houseplant where it can endure light shade, yet lean towards full sun as it develops best in warm zones. On the off chance if planted outside, young trees require protection from frost. Once settled it is hardier and endures temperatures down to −8 °C (18 °F).  It needs periodic water yet it is generally fairly safe in dry season.

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Jacaranda mimosifolia Sub Tropical Landscape Trees Growers

Subtropical Trees

 Scientific Name

Jacaranda mimosifolia

Family

 Bignoniaceae

Genus

Jacaranda

Species

 mimosifolia

Common Name

 Brazilian Rose Wood, Green Ebony, Blue jacaranda, black poui, fern tree

Type

 Tree

Height

 Over 40 feet

 Hardiness Zone

 9 – 11

 Description


Jacaranda mimosifolia is also known as blue jacaranda, black poui, or as  fern tree etc. It is a sub tropical beauty and it is deciduous tree, which can get height up to 20m. Also grown as street tree. It produces blue flowers and often known as blue jacaranda. The blue jacaranda has been grown in the regions, where there is no exposure of frost. Larger trees can however endure brief spells of temperature dips around to −7 °C (19 °F). The twigs are slim and somewhat crisscross. It blossoms show up in spring and early summer. They are trailed by woody seed cases, which contains winged seeds. The Blue Jacaranda is grown even in territories where it seldom blossoms but is grown for its compound leaves. Abundant blossoming is viewed as heavenly by a few and very muddled by others. Its wood dries without trouble and is frequently utilized as a part of its green or wet state for turnery and bowl cutting.

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Alstonia Scholaris Trees Nursery

Subtropical Trees

Alstonia Scholaris

Scientific Name

Alstonia Scholaris

Family

 Apocynaceae

Genus

 Alstonia

Species

 Scholaris

Common Name

 Devil tree

Type

 Trees

Height

 Over 40 Feet

Hardiness Zone

 10a

Description

Alstonia Scholaris is commonly known as devil tree, ditabark and white cheesewood tree. It is evergreen and deciduous tree plant and grow up to 40meters. Leaves of it are leathery and from the upper side of leaves is glossy and the opposite side is greyish. When it gets bloom, it is often get surrounded by the bees and butterflies. Its blossoms sprout in the month October.
The bark is practically scentless and severe, with bounteous sharp and milky sap.

Its wood of is used to make pencils, as it is reasonable in nature and the tree develops quickly and can be easily cultivated.In Sri Lanka its wood is used to prepare coffins. In Borneo the wood near the root is light and of white shading it is utilized for net buoys, family utensils, trenchers, plugs, etc.

This tree has has numerous therapeutic properties, including  antimicrobial and  antidiarrheal etc.

Its bark are utilized as a part of Ayurvedic prescriptions.

 

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