Neem (Azadirachta indica), commonly known as nim or margosa, is a fast-growing mahogany tree (Meliaceae) with medicinal qualities, organic pesticides, and lumber. Ayurvedic and traditional medicine, as well as cosmetics and organic farming, have all used the plant in the past.
Does well in bright sunlight
Uses less water; the tree grows naturally in locations with rainfall ranging from 450 to 1200 mm.
Once a month, use a balanced water-soluble fertilizer to promote healthy growth.
Neem can grow in practically any soil, including clayey, saline, and alkaline soils, but it prefers black cotton soils.
Neem can withstand extremely high temperatures, but its usual range is between 9.5°C to 37°C.
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- Enhances tooth and oral health
- Benefits the liver and kidneys
- Improves skin health
- Neem leaf extract helps wounds heal faster.
- Neem leaf extract is used to treat diabetes.
- Neem cake and neem oils are excellent insecticides and pesticides.
Botanical Name: Azadirachta indica
Plant Type: Tree
- Outdoor Plant
- Attractive foliage (leaves)
- Religious Plant