Trees of Chandbagh: Doon's national heritage : an account of trees, shrubs, woody climbers, bamboos, palms, and screw pines, indigenous and exotic
Flora of Chandbagh, the Doon School's 70-acre campus in Dehra Dūn, formerly home to the Imperial Forest Research Institute and College for close to three decades.
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2-celled 2.5 cm long acuminate acute anthers apex avenue tree axillary BAMBOO bark grey base Benth berry bipinnate botanist bracts branches branchlets Calyx campanulate carpels Chandbagh China cm broad cm in diameter cm long cm wide colour coriaceous Corolla cultivated in gardens cymes deciduous deciduous tree Dehra Dun densely Distribution Doon School drupe edible elliptic erect Etymology evergreen tree FAMILY Female flowers fleshy Flowers white Forest front of Main Fruit a drupe glabrous glands globose Greek green H.B. Naithani hairy Himalaya Inflorescence lanceolate lateral nerves leaflets Leaves alternate Leaves opposite Linn lobes Main Building Male flowers Myanmar oblong obovate obtuse ornamental Ovary ovate ovoid ovules pairs panicles pedicels peduncle perianth Petals petiole Phenology Photo pinnate plant Propagation pubescent racemes ripe Roxb Sepals sessile shrub smooth solitary spikes Sri Lanka Stamens stem cuttings Tata House terminal panicles Throughout India Tropical trunk upto usually winged Wood woody yellow