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Practical Hints on Planting Ornamental Trees, with Particular Reference to ...
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Assam bear the leaves beautiful Bengali branches grow approximately branchlets which bear breast height brown Burma Ceylon Champa columnar crown cylindrical dark green deciduous Delhi different local languages divide into numerous drained soil drooping easily propagated entire margin epiphyte evergreen evergreen tree flowers appear foliage frost fruits green in colour greenish grown Gujarati hairy Hindi India Kannada large sized Latin meaning Latin word leaflets leaves appear leaves are compound leaves are simple little pruning loam loam soil lobes main branches Malayalam Marathi mean sea level medium sized medium to large monsoon native oblong panicles petals petiole pods pointed tips propagated by seeds Propagation and Training Punjabi quick growing racemes rainfall ripen rounded crown Sanskrit seedlings sepals shade Shape and Growth single stem smooth sown stalk stamens Tamil Telugu training and pruning tree is growing tropical trunk and spread trunk is short upto Urdu Uriya wide yellowish