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Some trees in our school by gorilla

  1. 1. Trees in our school Gorilla group Suankularb Wittayalai School Th a il a nd No.45 Pasu Tuomsem No.46 Nanthawoot Insiyong No.47 Sitthinut Srinoi No.48 Sira Simmee No.49 Chindanai Anuttra No.50 Zeen Piriyanonthana No.51 Thititam Thammavintorn No.52 Piyanat Sajjarattanachot M503
  2. 2. Paper Flower Paper flower is a medium-sized bush vine plant, 2-3m high, with green or spotted leave. It ramifies many branches punctuate together and has small fur around. It has the oval and slim leaves, 2 to 3 cm wide, 3-6 cm long. Both surface sides of its leaves are coarse sandpaper-like. It has colorful oval Bract for example purple red pink orange. Medicinal properties Flower: used to be incense Root: can be used to neutralize toxic.
  3. 3. Rauvolfia serpentine Rauvolfia serpentina, or 'snakeroot' or 'sarpagandha' is a species of flowering plant in the family Apocynaceae . The leaves whorled, 7-15 cm long and 5-6 cm broad, bright green above and pale beneath. The flowers about 1.5 cm long, petals white or pinkish. Peduncle deep red, in small clusters. The fruits, drupes, small, round, dark purple when ripe. The roots 40 cm long and 2 cm in diameter, hard when dry, grayish in color. Rauvolfia serpentine is a perennial plant. The tree has length about 3-5 meters. The shape of its leaves are depended on their genus or type. Its peduncle are consisted of many small pink red flower. For one flower has about 4-5 petals.
  4. 4. 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 Myanmar and 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. In Suankularb,there is cassia fistula beside a multi-purpose building and gymnasium. It was planted by King, H.M. King Bhumiphol (Rama IX), on July 30, 1984.
  5. 5. Streblus asper Streblus asper is a tree known by several common names, including Siamese rough bush, khoi, and toothbrush tree. It is a medium-sized tree native to dry regions in Thailand, India, Malaysia, and Vietnam. In the Republic of the Philippines, it is commonly known as "bogta-e" or "bogtalay“. The leaves are 2 to 4 inches long, rigid, oval-shaped, irregularly toothed, and borne on small petioles. staminateflower heads are spherical with minute flowers. pistillate flowers have longer peduncles. The tree has a number of uses. It has been important in papermaking in Thailand for seven hundred years.
  6. 6. Palm Palm is the largest plant family (after grass), both in terms of number of species. And the amount that is available in abundance by more than 210 currencies and approximately 3800 species of monocotyledon. No separate branches. Palm most prominent characteristics. There is only one leaf on top. The petioles are long and large. The leaves are different. However, there are several other palm species. That do not stem from the high ground. It looks like a palm leaf In my school have Palms in front of the building’s name Suankularb Building. They are compared with the symbol of my school.
  7. 7. White Cheesewood A medium size to large tree attaining a height of 35 m and 1 m in stem diameter. The bark is light grey to grey, and when cut is yellowish-brown and exudes a large quantity of milky sap. This species is widely distributed in Queensland from near Sarina to Thursday Island. It also occurs in New Guinea, South-East Asia, India and Sri Lanka. The heartwood is white to cream with a very wide sapwood zone, which is visually indistinct from the heartwood.
  8. 8. Canaga odorata Cananga odorata is a fast-growing tree of the custard-apple family, Annonaceae, that exceeds 5 m (15 ft) per year and attains an average height of 12 m (40 ft). It grows in full or partial sun, and prefers the acidic soils of its native rainforest habitat. The evergreen leaves are smooth and glossy, oval, pointed, with wavy margins, and 13–20 cm (5–8 in) long. The flower is drooping, long-stalked, with six narrow greenish yellow (rarely pink) petals, rather like a sea star in appearance, and yields a highly fragrant essential oil.
  9. 9. Please grow more trees to keep the environment green. <ul><li>From </li></ul><ul><li>Gorilla Group </li></ul>