Syzygium cylindricum

Syzygium cylindricum Syzygium cylindricum Syzygium cylindricum

Syzygium cylindricum - A shrub to small tree – 10 m tall; smooth pale grey-brown bark. Leaf lamina 6 – 15 X 2 – 2.5 cm, elliptic, thinly coriaceous, drying pale tawny-brown beneath; base cuneate, shortly decurrent; acume – 2 cm long, slender. Flowers large, pale pink, borne sparsely in – 4 cm long slender lax terminal or axillary cymes; calyx white. Fruit – 17 mm diam., globose. Prominent terminal rim.

Scientific Name Syzygium cylindricum
Family Name MYRTACEAE
English Name
Local Name Illapatta (ඉලපත්ත)
Sanskrit Name
Conservation Status
Status Endemic
Edible Parts None

Syzygium cylindricum Syzygium cylindricum Syzygium cylindricum

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