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  • Some Trees in our School
    By Team ANT
  • Vitexglabrata
    Commonly found in mixed forest. The high size 15-20 m. Flowers light purple. Fruit like oval and long 2-3 cm. Fruits are purple-black when ripe and soft texture. Ripe fruit eaten but has a bad sweet taste. If salt or dip in the salt a taste will better. Propagation by seed.
    Vitexglabrata is a hard wood used for furniture and accessories. The bark is astringent taste,
    use for diarrhea and disease in children. The root use for solve diarrhea and as appetite
    Krittai Thanasombatkul
  • Cassia fistula
    Cassia fistula, known as the golden shower tree and other names, is a flowering plant in the family Fabaceae, native to southern Asia, from southern Pakistan east through India to Myanmarand south to Sri Lanka. It is the national tree of Thailand, and its flower is Thailand's national flower. It is also state flower of Kerala in India and of immense importance amongst Malayali population. It is a popular ornamental plant and is an herbal medicine.
    Nutthasarun Piyaphongdacha
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  • Rose apple
    Scientific name: Syzygiumjambos (L.) Alston
    It has a good appetite. Vitamin C prevents colds, blood by the mark left by the teeth. Calcium and phosphorus help maintain bones and teeth. With healthful nutrients such as iron, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin B1 and B2
    Nutwat Laocharoenwong
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  • Carmona retusa
    Carmona retusa, also known as the Fukien Tea Tree or Philippine Tea Tree, is a species of flowering plant in the borage family, Boraginaceae. Its specific epithet comes from the Latin (blunt), with reference to the leaf apex.
    Carmona retusa is a shrub growing to 4 m height, with long, straggling, slender branches. It is deciduous during the dry season. Its leaves are usually 10–50 mm long and 5–30 mm wide, and may vary in size, texture, colour and margin. It has small white flowers 8–10 mm in diameter with a 4–5 lobed corolla, and drupes 4–6 mm in diameter, ripening brownish orange.
    The plant is popular in Penjing in China. The leaves are used medicinally in the Philippines to treat cough, colic, diarrhea and dysentery. In Thailand, it was used to decorate many places.
    Witaya Bamrungpong
  • Ixoracoccinea (kheme)
    Ixora is a genus of flowering plants in the Rubiaceae family. It consists of tropical evergreen trees and shrubs and holds around 500 species. Though native to the tropical and subtropical areas throughout the world, its centre of diversity is in Tropical Asia. Ixora also grows commonly in subtropical climates in the United States, such as Florida. It is commonly known as West Indian Jasmine. Other common names include: rangan, kheme, ponna, channtanea, techi, pan, santan, jarum-jarum, Jungle flame, Jungle geranium, and many more. The plants possess leathery leaves, ranging from 3 to 6 inches in length, and produce large clusters of tiny flowers in the summer. Members of Ixora prefer acidic soil, and are suitable choices for bonsai. In tropical climates they flower year round. Red ixora flowers are commonly used in Hindu worship, as well as in Indian folk medicine.
    Nut Janekitiworapong
  • ROSE
    A rose is a woody perennial of the genus Rosa, within the family Rosaceae. There are over 100 species. They form a group of erect shrubs, and climbing or trailing plants, with stems that are often armed with sharp prickles. Flowers are large and showy, in colours ranging from white through yellows and reds. Most species are native to Asia, with smaller numbers native to Europe, North America, and northwest Africa. Species, cultivars and hybrids are all widely grown for their beauty and fragrance. Rose plants range in size from compact, miniature roses, to climbers that can reach 7 meters in height. Different species hybridize easily, and this has been used in the development of the wide range of garden roses.
    Pratt Samalapa
  • Papaya
    The ripe fruit of the papaya is usually eaten raw, without skin or seeds. The unripe green fruit can be eaten cooked, salads, and stews In Thailand papaya is used to make som tam when still not fully ripe.
    Green papaya fruit and the tree's latex are both rich in an enzyme called papain, a protease which is useful in tenderizing meat and other proteins. Its ability to break down tough meat fibers was used for thousands of years by indigenous Americans. It is now included as a component in powdered meat tenderizers.
    Women in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and other countries have long used green papaya as a folk remedy for contraception and abortion.
    Kongkrit Huang
  • Let’s grow more trees to paint our school green.Thank You for Attention.From Team Ant.