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Indian rosewood

The tree has grey bark that peels in long fibres, oddly pinnately compound leaves, and bunches of small white flowers. It grows as both an evergreen and a deciduous tree in the deciduous monsoon forests of India making the tree very drought hearty.

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Dalbergia latifolia is native to tropical Asia, from Nepal to India and in Java (Indonesia). It is planted in tropical Asia, and locally also in tropical Africa, e.g. in Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, and also in R More

Dalbergia latifolia is a premium-quality timber species internationally known as "Indian Rosewood". It is used to manufacture furniture, paneling, and other ornamental products. Medicines and an appetizer are made from tannins in the bark. The tree is commonly called sitsal, beete, shisham or Bombay blackwood in India, and sonokeling or sonobrits in Indonesia. Botany Dalbergia latifolia Roxb. (Leguminosae, subfamily Papilionoideae) is predominantly a single-stem deciduous tree with a dome shaped crown of lush green foliage. More

* " Dalbergia latifolia is common on deep loams or clays containing lime. More