Tamarind Tree

(Tamarindus indica )

A fruit-bearing tree with tart pulp used in cooking.


Height: 1.2m to 1.5m

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Nursery Pot
Nursery Pot
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Sam
Sam
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Dimensions: 32cm Diameter x 43cm Height

Material: Ceramic

Julie (Gloss)
Julie (Gloss)
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Dimensions: 32cm Diameter x 42cm Height

Material: Ceramic

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Lily | White
Lily | White
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Plastic

5.0
Lily | Black
Lily | Black
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Plastic

Alena | Black
Alena | Black
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Cement Fibre

Karla | Natural
Karla | Natural
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Karla | Teak
Karla | Teak
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Karla | Ash
Karla | Ash
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Sale priceAED 250

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Description

The Tamarind Tree, scientifically known as Tamarindus indica, is a tropical tree that is native to Africa but is now widely cultivated in many parts of the world, including Asia, South America, and the Caribbean. It is a medium-sized tree that can grow up to 20-30 meters tall, but the average height is around 12-18 meters. The tree has a dense, spreading crown with a diameter of up to 12 meters, and its bark is dark brown and rough. The leaves of the Tamarind Tree are pinnate, with 10-20 pairs of leaflets that are oblong and about 2-3 cm long. The tree produces small, yellowish flowers that are borne in clusters, and these are followed by long, curved pods that are about 10-15 cm long. The pods contain a brown, sticky pulp that is sour and tangy in taste, and this is used in many culinary dishes, especially in Indian cuisine.

Caring for your Tamarind Tree

Light Requirements - Partially Shaded, Direct Sunlight
Pet Friendliness - Yes