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Albizia Procera is a deciduous fast growing tree and the stem is from straight to curve or like curved ones. The colour of the bark is either smooth light brown or light greyish green. The stems have a thin spreading crown. Leaflets are what leaves are composed of. The fruits of these plants are a papery and flat pod.
The common names of this plant are White Siris, Kinhai, Tall Albizia, Safed Siris, Mimosa Procera Roxb, Acacia Procera and etc. The leaves are bipinnate and the heads of the flowers are composed of tiny flowers having prominent stamens. The plants have drooping foliage. These plants are widely found in Indo-Malaysia. It is common in parts of India.
These plants need a little care.
These plants require well drained soil and less watering and humid conditions while seedlings being susceptible to frost must be avoided from frost.
Being drought resistant these plants are widely grown in subtropical areas.
Waterlogging is harmful to the growth of these plants and rainfall of about six hundred and fifty mm to three thousand mm is essential.
Well drained fertile clay or moist loamy soil is very good for these plants and prefers soil with pH not above 5.
Naturally shady areas and rich soil can help in the regeneration of the plants.
It grows well in partial shade or full sun light while the average temperature it prefers to grow in is about twenty two degree Celsius to thirty three degree Celsius.
Young plants may require some light shade.
The flowers are pale white in colour and blooms during the months of June and July.
These plants can grow to a height of about twenty metre high on an average.
Soil rich in bacteria is good for the growth of these plants as the plants bear symbiotic relationships with certain bacteria.
The gum produced by these plants is used in making extender and also the brown dye can be obtained from these plants.
The wood of these plants being hard is used for panelling furniture while the wood is used in making carts, farm implements and wheels etc.
The defective or dead branches of these plants are used as fuel.