Gulmohar tree, also known as flame of the forest. It is easy to see why as the orange-red colours of this tree's flowers are so intense, that it looks like it is on fire. It is a fantastic when these trees blooms
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- The Royal Poinciana, Delonix regia (family Fabaceae), is a tropical or subtropical flowering plant. It is also known by the names Gulmohar, Flamboyant Tree, Peacock Flower, Flame of the Forest, and Flame Tree. (Since this last name is also used for a number of other unrelated trees, its use is not recommended.) The tree is named after Phillipe de Longviliers de Poincy who is credited for introducing the plant to the Americas.
- The flowers are large, with four spreading scarlet or orange-red petals up to 8 cm long, and a fifth upright petal called the standard, which is slightly larger and spotted with yellow and white.
- The naturally occurring variety flavida has yellow flowers.
- Seed pods are dark brown and can be up to 60 cm long and 5 cm wide; the individual seeds, however, are small, weighing around 0.4 g on average.
- The compound leaves have a feathery appearance and are a characteristic light, bright green.
- They are doubly pinnate: Each leaf is 30-50 cm long and has 20 to 40 pairs of primary leaflets or pinnae on it, and each of these is further divided into 10-20 pairs of secondary leaflets or pinnules.
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