Baobab, Judas Fruit | Adansonia digitata

Baobob tree Adansonia digitata tropical trees

Adansonia digitata are large deciduous trees with a large thick trunk (possibly the thickest in the world) that is thick-boled (bottle-shaped) reaching a diameter of 10-14 m (33-46 ft). The common name baobab is derived from Arabic meaning “father of many seeds?. Usually solitary individuals surviving well in dry climates and tolerating fire. They can […]

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Neem | Azadirachta indica

Azadirachta indica, the Neem trees also know as Nimtree and Indian Lilac is a large deep-rooted fast growing plant with many uses including excellent medicinal properties. Neem has a rounded spreading crown and a straight trunk with thick grey bark. The 35cm long leaves are alternate with 7-17 leaflets each 6-8 cm long. When ripe […]

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