Quassia amara

Quassia amara   Quassia amara   Quassia amara

Quassia amara - shrub or rarely a small tree, growing to 3 m tall (rarely 8 m). Leaves are compound and alternate, 15-25 cm long, and pinnate with 3-5 leaflets, the leaf rachis being winged. The flowers are produced in a panicle 15-25 cm long, each flower 2.5-3.5 cm long, bright red on the outside, and white inside. The fruit is a small drupe 1-1.5 cm long

Scientific Name Quassia amara
Family Name SIMAROUBACEAE
English Name Kwasi beta
Local Name Weradi sinchona
Sanskrit Name
Conservation Status
Status Only under cultivation
Edible Parts none

Quassia amara   Quassia amara   Quassia amara

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