POLYALTHIA LONGIFOLIA – False Ashoka Tree – Mast Tree

$40.00

This is a tropical, lofty, narrow, odd looking, evergreen tree that grows straight up vertically. This tree is commonly planted due to its effectiveness in alleviating noise pollution, according to Wikipedia.

Check back spring/summer. Not an attractive winter plant.

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Description

The Asoka Tree is also known as Mast Tree, Ashoka, False Ashoka, The Buddha Tree, Telegraph Pole Tree and Indian Fir Tree. This is one of the trees on the grounds of the Taj Mahal (India). It is a tropical, lofty, narrow, odd looking, evergreen tree that grows straight up vertically. We ourselves refer to them as telephone poles! This tree is commonly planted due to its effectiveness in alleviating noise pollution, according to Wikipedia.

FAMILY : Annonaceae
ORIGIN : India
TYPE/USES : evergreen tree, ease noise pollution
MATURE SIZE : 30′ on average, narrow tree
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS : full sun
WATER REQUIREMENTS : average
MIN. TEMP. : low 30’s for short periods of time, grows in ground in tropical locations only
FLOWER : warmer months, inconspicuous

Additional information

Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 60 × 10 × 10 in