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Aegle marmelos, Bael, Bengal Quince, Indian Bael, Wood Apple, Matoom

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Family: Rutaceae
Bael, Bengal Quince, Indian Bael, Wood Apple, Matoom
Origin: India
big treesmall tree 10-20 ftfull sunsemi-shademoderate waterfragrantthorny or spinyethnomedicaledibleultra tropical, min. temp. 55Fincuded in CD catalog

This plant is a medium sized tree that grows up to 40ft.This plant is known to posses some medicinal properties. All parts of this tree including, the roots, leaves, trunk, fruits, and seeds, are used for curing one human ailment, or another. The fruits are usually eaten by people.They taste like marmalade, and smell like roses. They are also used in the preparation of many medicines in villages. These protein-rich fruits are also used in making some very good drinks. They can also make a wonderful jam. The plant easily withstands long periods of drought, which are needed for better fruit yields. It grows in most soil and climate types, and requires little care when established.


 Aegle marmelos, Bael, Bengal Quince, Indian Bael, Wood Apple, Matoom

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Aegle marmelos, Bael, Bengal Quince, Indian Bael, Wood Apple, Matoom

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Aegle marmelos, Bael, Bengal Quince, Indian Bael, Wood Apple, Matoom

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Aegle marmelos, Bael, Bengal Quince, Indian Bael, Wood Apple, Matoom

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Aegle marmelos, Bael, Bengal Quince, Indian Bael, Wood Apple, Matoom

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Very rare plant. We have only few plants (see picture).
Bael, Bengal quince, Indian bael, Wood apple, Matoom. The offering of bael leaves is a compulsory ritual of the worship of Lord Shiva in the hills. This importance seems largely due to its medicinal properties. All parts of this tree, root, leaf, trunk, fruit and seed, are used for curing one human ailment or another. The fruits taste like marmalade, and smell like roses.
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This plant belongs to citrus family and can't be moved outside of Florida.
This item is not certified for shipping to California. Do not order it for shipping to California address. More info
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Aegle marmelos - seeds

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Bael, Bengal quince, Indian bael, Wood apple, Matoom. The fruits taste like marmelade, and smell like roses. The offering of bael leaves is a compulsory ritual of the worship of Lord Shiva in the hills. This importance seems largely due to its medicinal properties. All parts of this tree, root, leaf, trunk, fruit and seed, are used for curing one human ailment or another.
Plant seeds as soon as received using well draining soil mixture, keep damp, warm and in bright light.
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Per pack: 6 seeds

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$9.95

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