Indian almond


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Indian almond

n.
An Asian tree (Terminalia catappa) having large glossy leaves, widely cultivated in the tropics for its ornamental shape and edible seeds. Also called tropical almond.
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In addition, Yana has fruit trees such as Indian almond, pomegranate, citrus trees, mango, a date palm, moringa (drumstick) and others.
To plant more Zanman or Indian Almond trees (Terminalia catappa) whose edible nuts is utilized by women in the community to create a sugary cake locally called Loga.
The dyes from the classic collection are extracted from the java plums, ginger, Indian almond leaves and hawili fig barks.
Some of the treasures already on show include the Trumpet Tree, Blue Jacaranda, Heartleaf Iceplant, Indian Almond, Jungle Flame and the Queen of the Night.
Visiting a garden centre a few days ago and popping my head over the boundary wall of an adjacent date palm plantation my eyes were met by a beautifully ordered sight with beds arranged in neat rows between lines of date palms and punctuated with Indian almond trees offering dappled shade for the seedlings as they develop into fully grown plants.
Flowers are neatly kept between the large leaves of an Indian almond tree; a flexible strip of date palm frond is then strewn in order to join the two leaves.
The Indian almond, for example, blushes brightly just before it sheds its leaves.
8m) long-term bank facilities and an A4 rating to the INR50m short-term bank facilities of Indian almonds trader ASM Traxim Pvt Ltd.

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