Tree List

Click on the name to go to the page about that plant.

Trees and Shrubs Found Growing on the Farm

  1. Akleng Parang Albizzia procera
  2. Alibangbang Bauhinia malabarica
  3. Alim –Melanolepis multiglandulosa
  4. Balakat Zizphus talanai
  5. Balete Ficus balete (provisional ID)
  6. Banato or Kamala Mallotus philippensis
  7. Bayok Pterospermum diversifolium
  8. Binayuyu Antidesma ghaesembilla
  9. Binunga Macaranga tanarius
  10. Canthium sp
  11. Dawag – ?
  12. Duhat Syzygium cumini
  13. Guava Psidium guajava
  14. Hauili Ficus hauili
  15. Himbabao Broussonettia luzonica
  16. Is-is Ficus ulmifolia
  17. Kadios Cajanus cajan
  18. Lanete –Wrightia pubescens
  19. Libas Spondias pinnata
  20. Madre de Cacao Gliricidia sepium
  21. Mulawing Aso Gmelina elliptica
  22. Pandakaking Puti or Kampupot Tabernaemontana pandacaqui
  23. Papaya Papaya carica
  24. Piling-liitan Canarium luzonicum
  25. Sablot Litsea glutinosa
  26. Salimbagat Capparis micracantha
  27. Susong Kalabaw Uvaria rufa

Trees Planted on the Farm

  1. Akle 
  2. Balimbing Averrhoa carambola
  3. Bangkal Nauclea orientalis
  4. Bignay-Pugo Antidesma pentandum var pentandum
  5. Bitaog or Palomaria
  6. Dao Drancontomelon dao
  7. Gold Ipe Tabebuia chrysantha
  8. Guijo Shorea guiso
  9. Guyabano Annona muricata
  10. Kalumpit Terminalia microcarpa
  11. Lamio Dracontomelon edule
  12. Lipote Syzygium polycephaloides
  13. Mabolo or Kamagong Diospyros discolor
  14. Malabulak Bombax ceiba
  15. Mango Mangifera indica
  16. Molave Vitex parviflora
  17. Pili Canarium ovatum
  18. Pink Ipe Tabebuia impetiginosa
  19. Pink Tabebuia Tabebuia pallida
  20. Rambutan Nephelium lappaceum
  21. Tibig Ficus nota
  22. Yakal Saplungan Hopea plagata (syn H. odorata)
trunk detail of Ziziphus talanai

5 thoughts on “Tree List”

  1. This is great – no doubt a big undertaking but such a resource – it will take me some time to get through it all and I’m sure there are some trees and plants here that are also in south India where I’m living right now – it’s been a little frustrating as no one seems to know much about the amazing plants at every turn – thanks so much –

    1. Hi, thanks for visiting my site. I’m glad you find the plants section useful. I was able to get a lot of plant info from Facebook, of all places. I’m in several plant groups and met some plant experts through my birdwatching friends! Maybe there’s a group like that in India?

      1. thanks for the response – unfortunately, I’m in a very urban situation here (thus limited botanicals) and with folks outside the city who are “in the know” there tends to be a language barrier… but yours is a good suggestion and I’ll continue to look into things – now to find the adequate time amidst all my duties and tasks helping to run a Waldorf school… keep up the good work!

      2. THANKS! I will definitely check these sites out – up until this year my internet access has been sketchy at best but now I am reasonably plugged in and now have reason (and resources!) for digging deeper…

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