Spathodea campanulata P. Beauv known as Nandi flame, Nile flame or tulip tree originated from parts of Africa. It was introduced for the purpose of bee foraging, medicine, carving, and fuelwood. This plant likes to invade riparian areas, forest edges/gaps, disturbed land, and roadsides. S.campanulata P. Beauv reduces biodiversity and displaces many native plants due to the shading effects of the tree’s large leaves.
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