Oct 8, Common name: Elephant Apple, Indian catmon, Hondapara Tree, Ma-tad • Hindi: चलता Chalta, Karambel • Nepali: पांच फल Paanca phal. Dillenia indica is a species of Dillenia native to southeastern Asia, from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. It is an evergreen large shrub or small to. : Fresh Dillenia Indica – Elephant Apple – Rare Tropical Plant Tree 5 Seeds: Garden & Outdoor.

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Dillenia indica – Elephant Apple

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Typical low, rounded crown of a tree growing in the open Photograph by: Flower being fertilized by a bee Photograph by: Close-up of the flower Photograph by: Lots of fruit in the canopy Photograph by: Fruit for sale in a market Photograph by: Close-up of the fruit Photograph by: Ripening fruits Photograph by: In addition to the botanical information the flora also gives basic information dilleniq habitat and some uses.


An on-line version is also available. Usually at least one good photograph, plus basic information about the plant and its cultivation.

Readable yet also very detailed. Much of it has been made available to download from the Internet.

Gives descriptions, photos and uses of a very wide range of fruit and other food-producing plants plus ornamentals. A wealth of colour photographs bring each plant vividly to life. Publisher Kampong Publications, California. Year ISBN Description The second edition of an excellent guide to the edible uses of plants, though it does not give any details of cultivation etc.

Year ISBN Description Excellent book, covering over indicx, species of useful plants from Nepal together with information on the geography and peoples of Nepal. Good descriptions of the plants with terse notes on their uses.

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