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Original price Rs. 250.00
Current price Rs. 199.00
Common name:
Gul Vel, Giloe, Gulancha, Heart Leaved Moonseed, Tinospora
Regional name:
Sanskrit - Amruta, Bhispriya, Neerjara, Bengali - Giloe, Gujarati - Gulo, Hindi - Cohinna, Giloe, Kannada - Amartavalli, Malyalam - Sittamrtu, Marathi - Gulwel, Tamil - Amritvalli, Telugu - Duyutige
Climbers, Creepers & Vines, Medicinal Plants
Sun growing, Semi shade
Normal, Can tolerate less
Primarily grown for:
Foliage, Roots or tubers
Flowering season:
March, April, May, Flowers are inconspicuous
Foliage color:
Plant Height or length:
More than 12 meters
Plant Form:
Climbing or growing on support
Special Character:
  • Indigenous (native to India)
  • Can grow on trellis or chain link fencing
Generally available in India in quantities of:
Less than a hundred

Plant Description:

Bark Thin, greyish or creamy white in colour,When peeled fleshy stem is exposed.
- The plant is a glabrous climbing shrub found throughout India, typically growing in deciduous and dry forests.
- The leaves are heart shaped. The succulent bark is creamy white to grey in color, with deep clefts spotted with lenticels.
- It puts out long, slender aerial roots, often growing on mango or neem trees.
- Flowers are yellow, growing in lax racemes from nodes on old wood.
- Fruits are drupes, turning red when ripe.
- Origin - India.
- It is large extensively spreading, glabrous, deciduous climber.
- The stem is succulent and it sends down long aerial roots which resemble roots except that of nodal swellings.
- The branches are smooth with whitish powdery coating.
- Male flowers are in bunches grouped in axils of bracts and female solitary.

Growing tips:

- Best planted next to Neem or Mango trees as it seems to grow best there.
- Plants can tolerate hot dry weather very well.
- Grows qucikly if provided irrigation.