Trees of suankularb wittayalai school by group bee
Trees of Suankularb Wittayalai School
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; its yellow flowers symbolize Thai royalty. A 2006-2007 flower festival, the Royal Flora Ratchaphruek, was named after the tree, which is most often called Dok Khoon or Ratchaphruek in Thailand. The Golden shower tree in Suankularb Wittayalai School is in front of the caferteria of Suankularb Wittayalai School .
Koi is a medium-sized perennial plant native to dry regions, 5-15 m high, with gnarled leaves and stem. It ramifies many low branches. There is a gray bark with the sticky white latex seep out. It has the oval and quite thick leaves, 2 to 3.5 cm wide, 4-7 cm long. Both surface sides of its leaves are coarse sandpaper-like. Medicinal properties Branch: can be used to brush the tooth. So people call it “Tooth brush tree”. Bark: It can heal wounds, diarrhea or gumboil. Besides, it can be used to make a paper. Latex: can be used as a bug repellant. Root: can be used to treat wounds.
<ul><li>Description: A medium to large tree up to 30 m high, Leaves opposite, elliptic, ovate or broadly pointed at the base of the leaves and dark purple. A bouquet of flowers , a bouquet of branching flowers small , pale green to green to pale yellow sepals 5 cloves base adjacent to the cup , no petals , stamens 5 the ovary is 2-stigma females divided into three lobes and a rounded surface hard and sparsely hairy. </li></ul><ul><li>Advantages: Solid fine wood decor is modest and well polished lacquer. Use the power of Used in the construction or in the shade and not gain weight like a ground cover. </li></ul><ul><li>Crypteronia paniculata Blume in the school is located in front of the cafeteria </li></ul>
Rose apple is a tropical tree growing to 12 m tall, with evergreen leaves 10–25 cm long and 5–10 cm broad. The flowers are white, 2.5 cm diameter, with four petals and numerous stamens. The fruit is a bell-shaped edible berry, with colors ranging from white, pale green, green, red, purple, crimson, to deep purple or even black, 4–6 cm long in wild plants. The flowers and resulting fruit are not limited to the axils of the leaves and can appear on nearly any point on the surface of the trunk and branches. When mature, the tree is considered a heavy bearer and can yield a crop of up to 700 fruits.
The Ficus benjamina is near the canteen in Suankularb Wittayalai School.The Ficus benjamina is on the cycle of the road.When people come to school Thay can see the Ficus benjamina from everywhere. Ficus benjamina, commonly known as the Weeping Fig, Benjamin's Fig, or the Ficus Tree and often sold in stores as just a "Ficus", is a species of fig tree, native to south and southeast Asia and Australia. It is the official tree of Bangkok, Thailand. It is a topiary tree reaching 30 metres (98 ft) tall in natural conditions, with gracefully drooping branchlets and glossy leaves 6–13 cm (2–5 in) long, oval with an acuminate tip. In its native range, its small fruit are a favorite food of some birds, such as the Superb Fruit-dove, Wompoo Fruit-dove, Pink-spotted Fruit-dove, Ornate Fruit-dove, Orange-bellied Fruit-dove, Torresian Imperial-pigeon, Purple-tailed Imperial-pigeon (Frith et al. 1976).
Shorea roxburghii Shorea roxburghii is a species of plant in the Dipterocarpaceae family. It is a tree found in Cambodia, India, Laos, Malaysia, Burma, Thailand, and Vietnam. Common Names Phayom ( พยอม ) in Thai Sến đỏ in Vietnamese
It is a species of flowering plant in the family Fabaceae. It native to South China and Southeast Asia. It is about 17 meters tall. The flowers are conspicuous, pink, and fragrant, with five petals