K.G.N Green Nursery

Coconut Tree

130.00 - 450.00

100 piece (MOQ)

Business Type Manufacturer, Supplier, Retailer, Wholesaler, Trader
Cultivation Type Natural
Texture Soft
Color Green
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Preferred Buyer From

Location Anywhere in India

Product Details

Packaging Type
Pvc Bag And Poly Bage
Type
Coconut Plants
Weight
1 to 5 Kg
Part
Fruit
Country of Origin
India
plant
Coconut Tree
Packaging Details
Pvc Bag and Poly Bage will be made into packets.

The coconut tree, scientifically known as Cocos nucifera, is one of the most versatile and important trees in tropical and subtropical regions. It is often referred to as the "Tree of Life" due to the multitude of uses and benefits it provides. Here's some information about the coconut tree:

Appearance: The coconut tree is a tall, slender, and elegant palm with a single, unbranched trunk that can reach heights of 60 to 100 feet (18 to 30 meters) or more. Its long, feathery fronds, made up of pinnate leaves, create a crown of foliage at the top of the trunk. The trunk is often curved and may have scars from old fronds.

Fruits: The coconut tree produces coconuts, which are large, round, and fibrous fruits. The mature coconuts have a hard, woody shell, a fibrous husk, and a white, edible flesh (called copra) inside. This flesh can be consumed fresh or used to extract coconut milk and oil. The coconut also contains coconut water, a refreshing, clear liquid that is naturally found inside the young green coconuts.

Flowers: Coconut trees produce clusters of small, pale-yellow to greenish flowers, which grow from the leaf axils. These flowers are pollinated by wind or insects and eventually develop into coconuts.

Uses: The coconut tree is renowned for its countless uses. It provides food, shelter, clothing, and materials for various purposes. Here are some of its uses:

  • Food: Coconuts are consumed as a source of fresh fruit, coconut water, coconut milk, and coconut oil. The coconut is a key ingredient in a wide range of culinary dishes.
  • Shelter: Coconut leaves and fronds can be used to make thatch for roofing, and the trunk can be used for building materials.
  • Fiber: The husk of the coconut can be used to make coir, a natural fiber used in various products like ropes, mats, and brushes.
  • Fuel: The dried coconut shells can be used as a source of charcoal.
  • Wood: The wood of the coconut tree can be used for various applications, including building furniture.
  • Medicinal Uses: Various parts of the coconut tree are used in traditional medicine in many cultures.

Cultivation: Coconut trees thrive in tropical and subtropical coastal regions with high humidity and abundant rainfall. They prefer well-drained, sandy or loamy soil. They are salt-tolerant and can withstand seaside conditions. Regular watering is important for young coconut trees, but mature trees can tolerate drought. They require a sunny and warm climate.

The coconut tree is an iconic and invaluable plant in many parts of the world, serving both as a vital food source and providing numerous products and materials that support daily life. It plays a central role in the culture, economy, and livelihood of people living in regions where it is cultivated.

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