|Common Name||Rohituka tree, Harin-hara, Pithraj Tree, Raktharohida, Shan Lian|
|Maximum Reachable Height||Up to 15 m|
|Bloom Time||May to September|
Planting and care
Watering should be done if the soil feels dry to touch.
Apply organic fertilizer in the early monsoon and spring season.
Amoora Rohituka care
Prithviraj Tree is a deciduous tree native to India. It grows naturally in lowland and hill forests, usually on hillsides and ridges with sandy to clay soil up to 1400 m altitude.
|Sunlight||Full sun to part shade|
|Temperature||22 to 35 degrees C|
|Fertilizer||Use any organic fertilizer|
|Harvest Season||Not defined.|
Amoora Rohituka special feature
Amoora rohituka is an evergreen tree that grows wild and planted in many districts of Bangladesh.
Amoora Rohituka uses
- Compact spiderwort with a long bloom
- Rock gardens, borders, open woodland gardens, wild gardens, naturalized areas or moist areas along streams or ponds