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Our Heritage of Trees and Tree Lore
The Life of a Tree
How to Recognize Trees?
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Acacia Araucaria Asoka Assam Babul bamboo banana Banyan bark Bauhinia bears belongs bipinnate bloom branches branchlets Cassia centimetres Chir clusters Coconut colour common compound leaves cones conifers crown cultivated Cycads Cypress deciduous deciduous tree Deodar drier Eastern Himalayas eaten edible Eucalypts evergreen evergreen tree female flowers Ficus fleshy flowers arise flowers occur foliage fragrant fruit gardens green grow grown growth Gymnosperms Himalayan Hindu Indian Gooseberry Kail Khasi pines known leaf leafless leaflets leathery Leguminoseae male and female Mango medicinal Meliaceae metres Myrobalan native Neem occurs wild ornamental palm petals Pindrow Fir Pine pinnately compound Pipal planted pods pulp Red Silk Cotton resin ripe roots Sanskrit seeds sepals Silk Cotton tree simple leaves Siris Soapnut South India species specimens Spruce stalk stamens stem Tamarind thick timber tropical trunk twigs usually variety Western Ghats wood woody yellow