|Botanical Name||Adina cordifolia|
|Common Name||Kadam or Kadamba|
|Collection Locale|| plains of India and in the lower Himalayans, |
|Altitude||below 3300 ft|
|Seed Collection period||Oct- Nov|
|Seed Longevity||1-5 year|
|Seed Purity||99 %|
|Usual Germination||60-85 %|
|Characteristics:|| Evergreen, Medicinal, Ornamental|
| Seed Counts per KG||26500-28000|
cordifolia, syn. Adina cordifolia, also known as Kadam or Kadamba in
Hindi, is a flowering plant in the family Rubiaceae, the sole species in
the genus Haldina. It is native to southern Asia, from India and Sri
Lanka east to southern China and Vietnam.
It is a deciduous tree that can grow well over 20 metres high. The flowers may be insignificant individually but can be seen as attractive when they bloom together in balls with a circumference of 2 to 3 cm. They are usually yellow in colour often tinged with a shade of pink. Kadam is at its blossoming best during winter. The bark of the tree acts as an antiseptic.
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