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Ficus religiosa

Ficus religiosa, commonly known as the Bodhi Tree or Peepal
Botanical Name
Ficus religiosa
Common Name
Sacred Fig, Bo tree
F. religiosa Linn.
Collection Locale
Humid Plains of the INDIA
500-4500 ft
Seed Collection period
Seed Longevity
3 months
Seed Purity
Seed Treatment
Usual Germination
Evergreen, Shrub, ornamental
Seed Counts per KG

General Description:

Ficus religiosa, commonly known as the Bodhi Tree or Peepal, is a large deciduous tree, growing up to 30 m in height, and trunk diameter of up to 3 m, at breast height. The tree is a native to the Indian Subcontinent, Indochina and south-west China. The bark is light gray in color, with peelings in patches. The leaves are leathery, green colored, slightly egg-shaped, pointed at the tip, and cordate at the base, measuring 4-8 inches in length and 3-5 inches in width. Being a monoecious tree, male and female flowers grow on the same tree. Ficus religiosa flowers are pollinated by fig wasps. Ficus religiosa seeds are very rare to to find and are highly prized. The tree is considered as sacred in Hindi and Buddhist cultures. Gautam Buddha is believed to have achieved enlightenment, while sitting under Ficus religiosa. In India, the tree is grown near temples and praying spaces at home.

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