Dalbergia sissoo (North Indian Rose wood)

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Dalbergia sissoo, often known as North Indian rosewood or shisham, is a deciduous rosewood tree endemic to the Indian subcontinent and southern Iran. It's a crooked, big tree with long, leathery leaves and white or pink blooms. When growing in the open, trunks are frequently twisted. Leathery, alternating, pinnately complex,...
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Dalbergia sissoo, often known as North Indian rosewood or shisham, is a deciduous rosewood tree endemic to the Indian subcontinent and southern Iran. It's a crooked, big tree with long, leathery leaves and white or pink blooms. When growing in the open, trunks are frequently twisted. Leathery, alternating, pinnately complex, and lengthy leaves. Flowers are white to pink in colour, fragrant, almost sessile, long, and arranged in dense clusters. Pods are light brown, oblong, flat, thin, and strap-like. They have one to five flat, bean-shaped seeds that are long and thin.

Botanical Name : Dalbergia sissoo

Common Name : North Indian Rose wood

Height  83 ft

Spread : 5- 10 ft

Germination Info : No pre-treatment required

Hardiness zone : 9-11

Average seed per ounce : Approx. 750

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