ovalifolia Kurz, Millettia
ovalifolia" Kurz, p.p."
||Red - Pink
||Moulmein Rosewood, Tuma
|English / Trade Name
|Vernacular /Local Name
||Up to 1000m
||Fruit is pod, glabrous to subglabrous.
||Grown as garden plant and ornamental tree. This small deciduous tree is found mainly in low altitude forest.
||This species is native to Lower Burma and Siam but it is cultivated in Burma, India and Pakistan.
||Bark of this tree is patchy and light brown in colour
|Distribution in chandigarh
||Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary, Chandigarh Botanical Garden and Nature Park, Manimajara and Daria, Sector 8, Sector 9, Sector 11, Sector 12, Sector 17, Sector 19
||Alternate (leaves born singly along stem)
|Description of Species
||A small deciduous tree. Leaf imparipinnately compound, leaflets elliptical, obtuse, acute to acuminate, stipels absent. Flower in raceme, solitary or fascicled. Calyx glabrous except the margin, teeth inconspicuous. Vexillum glabrous, auriculate. Fruit linear, glabrous to subglabrous.
||Leaves imparipinnately compound, leaflets elliptical, obtuse, acute to acuminate, stipels absent.