Beautiful medium sized tree on a short trunk distinguished by soft flaking bark and branches that spread out with nice soft green leaves. New leaves emerge in glossy pink to maroon along with fragrant flowers blooming white in clusters of 4-7 flowers. Round fruit follows that is traditionally used for jams and marmalades. This tree is a sub-tropical plant an in its native environment can grow to elevations of 4000 feet and tolerate 20º F temperatures and as high as 120º F This tree makes a most interesting bonsai project and also grows well as a container plant for the home or greenhouse in addition to being a specimen plant.
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Native to India and Burma
Young leaves and shoots are eaten as a vegetable in Thailand
Fruits are often made into jams and marmalade
Flowers in spring
The tree may yield up to 800 fruits
The tree has been mentioned in ancient writings dating to 800 BC
Cultivated throughout India in temple garden highly regarded as a sacred tree
Does well as an outdoor standard in zones 8+
Aegle Marmelos Bael Fruit Tree Seeds
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