Tuesday, September 4, 2012

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Amaltus Tree Golden Shower Tree

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The Amaltus Tree ,National flower of Thailand, a symbol of royalty and high position also considered auspicious in Kerala, state flower here. The Mughals loved the flowers it seems as history indicates and there are many Amaltas trees also in the Shalimar Gardens.
In Delhi we see many Amaltus trees everywhere and in hot summers these trees are at their best with bright yellow soothing blooms. The Amaltus flowers grow in bunches and hang from the Amaltus trees. I have learned that the Amaltus tree is very beneficial and all its parts right from the flowers, tree bark to the roots can be used for medicinal purposes, though I personally do not favour using any herbs in raw form and without consulting a qualified Ayurvedic physician, my husband.
Roots used in skin diseases.The bark also used in many other diseases like diarrhoea, constipation, stomach problems. The leaves are also beneficial in dry cough. Also found that scientifically proved to treat skin problems, the flowers for skin and lowering cholesterol. On the whole a very good helpful and beneficial Amaltus tree. Antioxidant and anti bacterial properties, The golden shower tree is not only beautiful cheery yellow flowers but also every part of the tree is of use.
From now I will look more closely on all the trees grown on roads and elsewhere as we do not know God has made every thing for a purpose and nothing in nature goes waste,we just have to find out. Guess nature has its own way of recycling.  The Amaltus golden yellow flowers can be dried and the dried flowers can be used in Ikebana flower arrangements.
The yellow golden carpet , a beautiful sight in Delhi when the Amaltus trees are laden with yellow blooms and the roads are dressed with golden yellow carpet, a welcoming sight!
All the Best from Rizwana!
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  2. Thank you so very much Priyanka for your lovely words and coming by Garden Care Simplified.
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  9. Thank you Rajiv Kumar and welcome to Garden Care Simplified!

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  11. Thanks a lot Sudhir Agarwal for liking my blog Garden Care Simplified! Thank you for sharing this helpful link for my readers, sending flowers online has become so easy!.
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  12. Hi, i live in Canada. Raat ki Rani is my very favourite. Is it possible to send it to Canada? Can it grow from seeds?

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  13. Hi, i live in Canada. Raat ki Rani is my very favourite. Is it possible to send it to Canada? Can it grow from seeds?

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    1. Hello Lucky and Welcome to Garden Care Simplified! Yes the raat ki raani is awesum and fragrant, you will have to try out some online plant nursery sites, they can send it . Hope you find one soon!
      Rizwana!

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  14. Hi
    I have planted raat ki rani In large pot. But it's not growing, I have seen 3-4 new leafs ONLY.
    What to do?
    How much water and sun light it needs?

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    1. Raat ki Rani is a bit touchy plant, some places it grows like wild, yes even I have lost few plants, maybe because of more watering and improper sunlight.It is best to let the plant grow in small pot and when it picks up then transfer.
      Try shifting the place, it helps many times!

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  15. Thanks
    Leafs get Down in sun light. become normal at evening and morning. Is it must to put it in Direct sun light?

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    1. Navdeep, 1) If leaves droop in day and by evening look fresh, is it after watering ? if yes, then the plant has over grown roots, it needs more space to grow, a bigger container. 2) Strong sunlight, then it is not happy in the space but surviving. Again this condition is not good, as if you skip watering , the plant will die soon.They need staying power, rich soil and prepare humidity. So try to change the place of the pot or maybe transplant in a larger pot.
      Hope this helps!

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  16. My name is vinod. My fully grown 6 feet high 8 raat ki rani plants in my roof top garden have suddenly gone limp. Leaves are falling. leaves have folded also. They are in big pladtic pots and against a wall in full sunlight. Pl. Help

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    1. Oh ,that is sad Vinod, did someone touch it other than your home people, or any guest...sometimes plants suddenly go limp, due to evil eye. Watering during afternoon also sometimes brings this because the roots are hot and plants get burned by addition of water. More strong sunlight and less water can also trigger this, try watering twice little quantities of water and see. Hope this helps! All the Best from Rizwana!

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