Bel Tree, Bilva Patra, Bel Patra ( Grown Through Seeds ) - Plant

The deciduous tree with trifoliate leaves is traditionally used as a sacred offering by Hindus in India to Lord Shiva.
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Bel Tree, Bilva Patra, Bel Patra ( Grown through seeds ) Plant

Description for Bel Tree, Bilva Patra, Bel Patra ( Grown through seeds )

Plant height: 9 - 15 inches (22 - 39 cm)
Plant spread: 4 - 8 inches (10 - 21 cm)

Bael is an indigenous fruit tree of India. Bael grows in wild and semi-wild in the North India states of Uttar Pradesh, Orissa, Bihar, West Bengal, and Madhya Pradesh. It is considered holy in Hindu religion and the leaves are used as offerings for Lord Shiva.

The flowering season starts in late May. It has pale yellowish green sweetly scented flowers. The slightly pear-shaped fruits are green in color and turn yellowish on ripening.

Common name(s): Bel patra
Flower colours: Yellowish green
Bloom time: Summer
Max reachable height: Up to 30 ft
Difficulty to grow: Easy to grow

Planting and care

Bael plants should be planted at a distance of 8m x 8m (Budded plants) or 10m x 10m (seedlings). Pits of 90cm x 90cm x 90cm size are dug and filled with a mixture of topsoil + 25 kg farmyard manure up to a level of 6 cm from the ground level. February-March or July-August is the right time for planting.

Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade.
Soil: A well- drained, sandy loam soil. It can thrive even on poor, clay and stony soils.
Water: Moderately
Temperature: 20 to 30 degree C
Fertilizer: Apply any organic fertilizer.

Caring for Bel Tree

  • Water a plant when the soil feels dry to touch. Water thoroughly in the summer and reduce watering for the winter & rainy season.
  • Try to water the plants in the morning around 8-10am.
  • You should remove dead, infected or damaged plant parts and throw in the garbage collector.
  • Fertilize a plant mostly in the spring season.

Typical uses of Bel Tree

Special features: Sacred plant

Culinary use: The pulp is often processed as nectar or "squash" (diluted nectar).

Medicinal use: Bel benefits in healing digestive disorders, ulcers, headache, hypertension, diabetes, and numerous other ailments. The ripe fruit works as a laxative but is not digested easily. Unripe bel fruit, on the other hand, promotes digestion and cures diarrhea.

  • Note: Use only after consulting the specialist.





Sunday, 09 February 2020

Easy plant to grow quickly and provide the rooms with a colourful leaf display

Neera Kalra

Saturday, 01 February 2020

perfect gift for your office and home.

Vishwanath Krishnan

Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Verry small size.but good product no any damage when i got it in my home delievery is superior

Mini Oberoi
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