Sapling Advantages

POOVARASAN TREE
Poovarasan Tree
  1. A fast growing variety it gives abundant shade and cools the air around.
  2. it assumes tree-size in a matter of two to three.
  3. This sturdy, fast-growing tree doesn’t need much water and its roots do not damage building foundations either.
  4. After it survives to be three years or so, you don’t have to water it all, and it can survive droughts effortlessly.
  5. Reserve the tree for a location where it is sheltered from the winds a little, as the tree may fall in powerful winds.
  6. The tree that offers the broad leaves from which the thial ilai is stitched together - Poovarasan in Tamil or Thespesia Populnea in scientific terms.
GULMOHAR TREE
  1. Gulmohar trees especially add color and beauty to the city when they bloom during summer.
  2. Can tolerate heat and humid conditions.
  3. The tree grows to a height of 30-40 feet tall, but its branches spread wide to form an awning.
  4. Should keep a distance of at least 5 ft. from the compound wall. since the roots can certainly damage a compound wall if planted near or adjacent to .
  5. The plant may take 4 t0 5 years before it starts flowering. Rather than planting seeds, you will find it easier to plant a sapling.
Poovarasan Tree
AALA MARAM
Aala Maram
  1. Parts used :Milky juice and bark.
  2. Grows at a fast rate.
  3. Gives shade.
ILLUPAI TREE
  1. It is a fast growing tree that grows to approximately 20 meters in height
  2. Its flowers and fruits are edible
ILLUPAI TREE
NEEM TREE
NEEM TREE
  1. Neem is a fast-growing evergreen tree and reaches to a height of 15-20 meters in its lifetime.
  2. Neem oil is extracted from the seeds of the neem tree and has insecticidal and medicinal properties.
  3. Neem oil is extracted from the seeds of the neem tree and has insecticidal and medicinal properties.
  4. Neem leaves are used to treat chickenpox and warts by directly applying to the skin in a paste form or by bathing in water with neem leaves. In order to increase immunity of the body, neem leaves are also taken internally in the form of neem capsules or made into a tea. The tea is traditionally taken internally to reduce fever caused by malaria. This tea is extremely bitter. It is also used to soak feet for treating various foot fungi.  It has also been reported to work against termites. In Ayurveda, neem leaves are used in curing neuromuscular pains. Neem leaves are also used in storage of grains.
  5. Twigs of neem are also used in India and Africa as toothbrushes. Nowadays toothpastes with neem extracts are also available commercially.
  6. Neem bark and roots also have medicinal properties. Bark & roots in powdered form are also used to control fleas & ticks on pets.
  7. Neem has anti-bacterial properties that help in fighting against skin infections such as acne, psoriasis, scabies, eczema, etc. Neem extracts also help in treating diabetes, AIDS, cancer, heart disease, herpes, allergies, ulcers, hepatitis and several other diseases.  
NAVAL TREE
  1. Bright sunlight during summer is optimal for young tree growth.
  2. It is possible to raise navel orange trees indoors or outdoors, depending on the climate. Navel oranges require adequate sunlight and an average temperature of around 60 to 65 degrees F.
  3. Orange navel trees can begin to flower in 5-to-6 inch pots, but will need at least 10-inch pots to achieve full fruition.
  4. Fruits are edible.
  5. Parts used: Fruit, leaves, dried seeds and bark.
  6. It is one of the most popular of the orange tree varietals and also one of the most unique.
  7. The antioxidant vitamin C is a main nutritional ingredient of navel oranges. Millions of people drink orange juice from navel oranges daily as a source of vitamin C. Vitamin C not only helps keep the human immune system strong, but it also helps the body absorb iron, works to heal wounds, and can even help prevent heart disease
  8. Other nutrients in navel oranges are also known to help to prevent cancer as well, such as stomach and esophagus cancer. The high fiber content in navel oranges can help improve cholesterol ratios in the body, which is important in controlling diabetes.
NAVAL TREE
ATTHI MARAM
NAVAL TREE
  1. Grows in a wide range of soil.
  2. Parts used: Root, root-bark, leaves fruit, milky-juice and galls.
  3. Fast it growth.
GAUVA
  1. Guavas are ideal for use as fruiting hedges, landscaping trees and as ornamental potted specimen trees where they will be happy to produce masses of fruit.
  2. A small tree to 33 ft (10 in) high, with spreading branches, the guava is easy to recognize because of its smooth, thin, copper-colored bark.
  3. Guava trees grow rapidly and fruit in 2 to 4 years from seed. They live 30 to 40 years but productivity declines after the 15th year.
  4. The tree is drought-tolerant but in dry regions lack of irrigation during the period of fruit development will cause the fruits to be deficient in size.
NAVAL TREE
ALMOND (badham) tree
NAVAL TREE
  1. The almond is a small deciduous, growing to between 4 and 10 meters in height, with a trunk of up to 30 centimeters in diameter.
  2. The fruit needs the hot summers and cool winters.
  3. grows faster under transplantations.
  4. fruits are edible.
PINNAI TREE
  1. It is very popular one as it is suitable to be used for roadside and avenue planting.
  2. It reaches an height of 21m.
  3. They flower during the month of may and june and in some special occasions and again flower during the month November.
NAVAL TREE
KUMIL TREE
NAVAL TREE
  1. It is a fast growing deciduous tree.
  2. Attains an height of about 30 m.
SARA KONDRAI TREE
  1. For planting in residential areas .
  2. Are tall trees providing shade to pedestrians.
NAVAL TREE
PUVARAASU TREE
NAVAL TREE
  1. small tree of 6-10 m at maturity.
  2. can grow in wide range of soil (sandy coastal soils).
  3. provide protection against wind ,salt spray ,and the hot sun.
  4. tolerates draught ,full sun.
THOONGU MOONJI (enterolobium saman) TREE
  1. Fast growing n massive spreading trees.
  2. Grow in Average soil.
NAVAL TREE
MAGILAM TREE
NAVAL TREE
  1. provide a cool climate but also prevent encroachments.
  2. well suited for street or roadside planting.
  3. fast growing trees …requires a periodic watering during non rainy days.
  4. Leaves and flowers are used.
NAAGA LINGAM TREE
  1. Its large, globular woody fruits that grow out from its trunk, the Naga lingam tree.
  2. The majority of these trees outside of have been planted as a botanical curiosity, as they grow very large, distinctive flowers.
NAVAL TREE
MAY FLOWER TREE
NAVAL TREE
  1. Preferable to grow outside the house.
  2. Bit slow in growing.
YANNAI KUNDHUMANI TREE
  1. It grows to give shade for a larger space preferably outside the house.
NAVAL TREE
KALYANA MURUNGAI TREE
NAVAL TREE
  1. Fast growing trees.
  2. Bloom during summer hot.
  3. Can be planted inside and outside the house.
  4. Bark, flowers, leaves contain two resins a bitter poisonous alkaloid erithrine.
ARASA MARAM
  1. It is a large dry seasondeciduous  or semi-evergreen tree  up to 30 tall and with a trunk diameter of up to 3 m.
  2. It needs to be kept in a warm place all year round. .
  3. It gives shades.
  4. Parts used: Leaves, bark, and seeds.
  5. Due to its wide extensive branching it is used for creating BONSAI.
  6. It is used for the treatment of the several ailments.
  7. Barks and buds are useful in checking secretion or bleeding.
  8. Fruits offer soothing effect o the skinand mucous memberanes, alleviates swelling and pain.
  9. It is also nutritious.
  10. The leaf buds are used for the treatment of the chronic diarrhea and dysentery. Before tat buds should be soaked in water over night.
  11. A few drops of its latex mixed in milk and taken daily helps to cure bleeding piles.
  12. The tendor roots are beneficial in the treatment of sterility.
  13. Cleaning the teeth with the roots prevents teeth n gum disorders.
NAVAL TREE