Common Name: Anthocephalus Cadamba
Botanical Name: Anthocephalus Cadamba
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The Kadam tree grows upto the recorded height of 80 ft. high flowering usually begins when the tree is 4–5 years old. Kadam flowers are red to orange, occurring in dense, globe-like heads. On maturing, the fruit splits apart, releasing the seeds, which are then dispersed by wind or rain. Kadam Tree is grown as an ornamental tree is used for low-grade timber and paper. There exist some traditional uses as a medicine. The caterpillars utilize this species as a food plant.
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