||Wrightia timorensis Miq.
|English / Trade Name
||Ivory tree, Easter tree, Pala indigo
|Vernacular /Local Name
||Up to 1200 m
||Follicle double, deep green, 10-15 cm long, 1 cm broad. Seeds linear, brown.
||The plant It is suitable for arid, semi-arid and moist regions with a wide range of soil types, especially dry sandy sites or hillsides and valleys. It tolerates moderate shading and is often found as undergrowth in deciduous forests
||Australia, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Vietnam
||The bark is smooth, somewhat corky (fissured) and pale grey
|Distribution in Haryana
||Morni-Pinjore, Yamuna Nagar
||Opposite (leaves in pairs along stem)
|Description of Species
||Large shrub or small tree. Bark fissured, grayish black. Leaves opposite, 4-15 x 2-8 cm, elliptic-oblong or obovate, acuminate or abrubtly caudate, more or less pubescent, pale green above, paler beneath. Flowers white, fragrant, 2.5 cm across, in dichotomous cymes. Calyx pubescent. Corolla pubescent; tube twice as the calyx. Follicle double, deep green, 10-15 cm long, 1 cm broad. Seeds linear, brown.
||Leaves opposite, 4-15 x 2-8 cm, elliptic-oblong or obovate, acuminate or abrubtly caudate, more or less pubescent, pale green above, paler beneath.