Rahul Sharma

Elaeocarpus

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Elaeocarpaceae
Higher classification  Elaeocarpaceae
Order  Oxalidales
Scientific name  Elaeocarpus
Rank  Genus
Elaeocarpus Elaeocarpus angustifolius Fairy Petticoats Bead tree Shiva tears
Lower classifications  Elaeocarpus ganitrus, Elaeocarpus sylvestris, Elaeocarpus angustifolius, Elaeocarpus hainanensis, Elaeocarpus apiculatus

Japanese blueberry trees elaeocarpus decipiens


Elaeocarpus is a genus of tropical and subtropical evergreen trees and shrubs. The approximately 350 species are distributed from Madagascar in the west through India, Southeast Asia, Malaysia, southern China, and Japan, through Australia to New Zealand, Fiji, and Hawaii in the east. The islands of Borneo and New Guinea have the greatest concentration of species. These trees are well-known for their attractive, pearl-like fruit which are often colorful. A notable feature of the family is the drooping, often frilly, small clusters of flowers. [1]

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Elaeocarpus Elaeocarpus eumundii 39Eumundi Quondong39 Ellenby Tree Farm

Many species are threatened, in particular by habitat loss.

In Darjeeling and Sikkim areas, the fruit of several species of Elaeocarpus is called bhadrasey and is used to make pickles and chutney. The seeds of Elaeocarpus ganitrus are used to make rudraksha, a type of Hindu prayer beads.

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Elaeocarpus garden plants


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Elaeocarpus Online Plant Guide Elaeocarpus decipiens Japanese Blueberry Tree
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References

Elaeocarpus Wikipedia


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