Syzygium umbrosum

Syzygium umbrosum Syzygium umbrosum Syzygium umbrosum

Syzygium umbrosum - A medium sized tree with pale pink-brown bark. Young leaves purplish crimson; mature leaf lamina 2 – 4.5 X 1.2 – 3.2 cm, spatulate or sometimes obovate or broadly elliptic, drying chocolate brown, margin narrowly revolute, base cuneate, apex narrowly retuse, obtuse or shortly, broadly acuminate. Flowers white with crimson calyx, in – 7 cm long dense but slender many-flowered terminal or axillary cymes. Fruit – 2 cm diam., subglobose with prominent apical rim.

Scientific Name Syzygium umbrosum
Family Name MYRTACEAE
English Name
Local Name Wali damba (වලි දඹ)
Sanskrit Name
Conservation Status
Status Endemic
Edible Parts None

Syzygium umbrosum Syzygium umbrosum Syzygium umbrosum

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