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Paras peepal | Thespesia populnea - Plants

Paras peepal | Thespesia populnea - Plants

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Live plant along with plastic pot
Plants height 18-24 inches with 6-inch pot.

Note: Plant may slightly differ from shown image depending on Season and growth pattern

Paras peepal "Portia tree" Plant

Thespesia populnea, also known as the Indian tulip tree or Portia tree, is a species of flowering plant in the mallow family. It is native to tropical and subtropical regions of the Old World, including India, Southeast Asia, and northern Australia. It is a small to medium-sized tree that can grow up to 15 meters tall. The leaves are glossy green, and the flowers are yellow or orange. This Indian Tulip Tree is used for various purposes, such as in traditional medicine, and for its wood, which is used for construction, furniture, and boat building.

Paras peepal in Indian Culture

Paras Peepal tree is considered to be one of the most sacred trees in our Hindu culture for ages. All your worries can flush away if you make offerings to the tree and perform certain rituals. It is worshipped from ancient times for peace, good luck, wealth, and prosperity.

Thespesia populnea notable features:

  • Leaves: The leaves are glossy green and are typically arranged alternately on the branches. They are ovate to elliptical in shape and can grow up to 10 centimeters long.
  • Flowers: The tree produces yellow or orange flowers that are typically arranged in clusters. Each flower has five petals and a central pistil.
  • Bark: The bark is typically gray or brown and is rough to the touch. It is also known to be corky.
  • Wood: The wood of Thespesia populnea is hard, heavy, and durable. It is resistant to termite and borer attacks. It is used for construction, furniture, and boat building.
  • Traditional medicine: The tree is used in traditional medicine for various purposes such as wound healing and for the treatment of diabetes.
  • Light: The plant loves full sun to partial shade, but may tolerate full shade.
  • Soil: The plant prefers well-draining, sandy, or loamy soil with plenty of organic materials. It can also withstand a wide variety of soil pH.
  • Water: The plant is drought-tolerant, but it needs regular watering during the first few months of growth and during dry periods.
  • Fertilizer: A balanced fertilizer should be applied on a regular basis to the plant.
  • Pruning: The plant’s size and shape can be controlled through pruning. To encourage new growth, prune it after the blooming season.
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