|Family||Leguminosae - Papilionioideaea|
|Common Name||Indian Rosewood|
|Flowering||Whitish flowers in short axillary much-branched panicles appear in June to July.|
|Fruiting||Pods ripen from December to March.|
Found throughout Andhra Pradesh, in moist deciduous forests but more common along the Godavari, but nowhere abundant. Identified by full rounded crown and cylindrical, straight bole. It is drought resistant and a good coppicer. It prefers good, deep loam or clayey soil containing lime.
|No. of seeds per Kg.||Germination percentage||Plant percent||No. of seedlings per Kg. of seed||Germination period in days|
|21000||65||45||10300||7 to 21|