ANDIRA INERMIS PDF
Phylum/Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Eudicots. Order: Fabales. Family: Fabaceae. Genus: Andira. Species: A. inermis. Common Names: Bastard Mahogany. Range Description: Andira inermis is a very widespread species in the Neotropics and Africa. In Africa it is found in West Africa to southern Sudan, in the . Description. Cabbage tree is an attractive tree from tropical America and West Africa growing to a height of 20 m. The leaves are compound and alternately.
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Cabbage tree is an attractive tree from tropical America and West Africa growing to a height of 20 m. Fruits are atypical of the family, having a fibrous pulp enclosing a round seed and not splitting open like most legumes do when ripe. It is evergreen and unbuttressed andkra has a dense crown and pink flowers. Comments have to be approved before they are shown here. The outer bark is dark gray to brown, fissured, scaly and with an unpleasant cabbage-like odor; the inner bark a pinkish brown.
It grows primarily in riparian zones in forests along rivers. The crown is dense, columnar or pyramidal to spreading, with young twigs that are brown and downy. Publisher University of Wisconsin Year ISBN Description An amazing and comprehensive work, giving a brief guide to the many genera of the family Fabaceae and also the principle uses of the imermis.
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The tree’s wood is used for lumber, and its smooth anddira bark reportedly has narcoticlaxativeand vermifuge properties. Now containing plants.
Cabbage bark is a tropical american timber tree which grows to as much as feet tall and has a straight trunk with or without buttresses. Tropical Plants Database, Ken Fern.
Tribal and Herbal Medicine Uses Cabbage tree produces a smooth grey bark which has been used in herbal zndira systems as a strong purgative to expel intestinal worms.
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Flowering branches Photograph by: Cultivated flowering tree Photograph by: It also produces a small roundish fruit which contain a single large seed. If you wish to contribute any images, documents, videos or other forms of media, or if you have any queries…. This information is not intended to be used to diagnose, prescribe or replace proper medical care.
Opened immature seedpods Photograph by: The information contained in this plant database file is intended for education, entertainment and information purposes only. Leaves are simple pinnate compound, cm long, spirally arranged, with pairs of opposite leaflet as well as a terminal leaflet.
Andira inermis Images – Useful Tropical Plants
The tree has many anndira due to its wide distribution and multiple uses: Cabbage tree is a popular ornamental tree in the tropical countries where it grows; for the shade it provides and for the attractive fragrant flowers. Created by Leslie Taylor. If you have any useful information about this plant, please leave a comment.
Leaves are alternate, pinnate, entire, bright tan when young, shiny green when mature, and inches long.
Andira inermis 50 Gal Std
Retrieved from ” https: Cabbage tree, cabbage bark, angelin, angelin-tree, almendro, ajunado, cocu, manteco, inerims de morcego, worm bark, Jamaica cabbage tree Parts Used: For propagation the seeds are sown directly into the soil.
Views Read Edit View history. Close-up of the flowers Photograph by: As an ornamental it is suited to parks, yards and street sides for its foliage and flowers. The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
An excellent, if rather terse, andura to the traditional medicinal uses of the plants of the region. This page was last edited on 30 Januaryat The tree produces pink to purple flowers in dense terminal bunches which are highly fragrant. Bats and rodents feed on the fruit and disperse the seeds. It makes a good windbreak and the timber is used in furniture. The plant described herein is not intended to treat, cure, diagnose, mitigate or prevent inerkis disease.
Flowers are borne in terminal groups inches long, made up of small pink to purple, aromatic adira, attracting bees, butterflies and birds.