Description for Dalbergia Latifolia, Rosewood
Dalbergia Latifolia can be evergreen or deciduous, depending on the climate and the situation in which it grows. The plant is medium to a large-sized with a dome-shaped crown of lush green foliage, it can grow up to 40 meters tall. The timber is of high commercial value.
Planting and care
Soak the seeds in water for 12 to 14 hours. Sow the seeds in the pot or nursery bed using the potting mix as the soil, vermicompost, and coco peat.
That means when top soil is removed by few centimeter, the soil should still be moist. For that, the soil must be soaked to 6 to 8 inch deep and not just sprinkle the water.
Keep the rose plant moist all the time but never allow the roots to sit in water â€“ otherwise they will rot, also the plant becomes more vunerable to diseases.
Caring for Dalbergia Latifolia
- Regular watering is essential, the rose will be stronger, healthier and, most importantly, produce more flowers.
- Early spring is the best time to prune. If itâ€™s still winter, your overeager cuts may lead to frost damage.
- Pruning is pretty straightforward: Remove all non-negotiable growth, thin the plants, and then shape them.
Typical uses of Dalbergia Latifolia
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Came on time... and the plant seems to be growing really fast. Hope I get a vegetable soon.
I'm totally confused. Rosewood is entirely different from flowering rose. Dalbergia latifolia is Indian rose wood , a tree that gives high quality black strain wood. How come these flowers!?