It bears dense globe-shaped clusters of aromatic orange blooms. Perfumes are made from flowers. The tree is grown for decorative purposes as well as lumber and paper production.
Plants thrive in more than 6 hours of sunlight every day, with natural direct strong light for the rest of the day.
When the topsoil (1-2 inches) in the container feels dry to the touch, add 4 cups (about 200 ml) of water.
It's best if the soil is sandy loam.
It thrives in a warm, humid environment.
- Store in a pot
- The Kadamba tree's aromatic blossoms are used to make an essential oil and Indian fragrance known as attar, as well as attract pollinators.
- The Kadamba tree's wood is used to make plywood, paper, crates, furniture, and pencils, among other things.
- The root bark extract is used to make yellow dye, and the Kadamba tree's fast growth and massive structure make it ideal for reforestation and windbreak projects.
- According to Ayurveda and studies, the dried bark and leaves extract reduces fever, ulcers, and digestive issues.
Botanical Name: Neolamarckia cadamba
Plant Type: Tree
- Outdoor Plant
- Attractive foliage (leaves)
- Religious Plant