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Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna) Trees for Sale: Bring Home the Power of Ancient Ayurvedic Healing

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Original price Rs. 259.00
Current price Rs. 229.00
Common name:
White Murdah, Arjuna Myrobalan
Regional name:
Marathi - Arjun, Hindi - Arjuna, Bengali - Arjhan, Gujarati - Sadado, Kannada - Maddi, Marathi - Sanmadat, Punjabi - Arjan, Sanskrit - Arjuna, Tamil - Vellamatta, Telugu - Yerramaddi, Urdu - Arjan
Trees, Medicinal Plants
Combretaceae or Terminalia family


  • Arjuna is a large, evergreen tree native to India, with a wide range of medicinal and therapeutic properties. The bark, leaves, and fruits have been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for centuries.

Plant Description

  • Scientific name: Terminalia arjuna
  • Common names: Arjuna, Arjun tree, White Marudah
  • Family: Combretaceae
  • Origin: India and South Asia
  • Height: Up to 60-80 feet
  • Leaves: Oblong or elliptic, 4-6 inches long, with a smooth texture
  • Flowers: Small, yellowish-white, clustered in panicles
  • Fruits: Ovoid or oblong, 1-1.5 inches long, with a five-winged appearance

Plantation and Growing

  • Climate: Prefers tropical to subtropical climates, with moderate to high rainfall
  • Soil: Adaptable to various soil types, but prefers well-drained, fertile loam
  • Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade
  • Propagation: Seeds, stem cuttings, or air layering
  • Spacing: 20-25 feet apart to allow for proper growth

Care and Maintenance

  • Watering: Regular, deep watering during the growing season, with reduced frequency in winter
  • Fertilization: Apply a balanced fertilizer in spring and late summer
  • Pruning: Prune to remove dead, damaged, or diseased branches, and maintain the desired shape
  • Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases, but may be affected by caterpillars, fungal infections, or root rot

Benefits and Uses

  • Medicinal: Bark is used to treat cardiovascular diseases, ulcers, diabetes, and skin disorders; leaves have antioxidant and antimicrobial properties
  • Timber: Wood is durable and resistant to pests, making it suitable for construction, furniture, and carving
  • Erosion control: Arjuna trees help stabilize soil and prevent erosion in riverbanks and coastal areas
  • Wildlife habitat: The tree provides shelter and food for various bird and animal species
  • Cultural and spiritual significance: The Arjuna tree holds a special place in Indian mythology and is associated with the hero Arjuna from the Mahabharata epic