Botanical name: Salvadora oleoides Family: Salvadoraceae (Salvadora family)
Bada Peelu is a shrub or small tree, attaining 6-9 m height under favourable conditions. It has a short trunk, quite often twisted or bent, up to 2 m in diameter. Branches are numerous, drooping, stiff, often swollen at forks. Bark is gray or whitish-gray. Leaves are blue-green, linear-or ovate-lancelike, leathery and somewhat fleshy, dark greenish-yellow when young, gray when mature. Flowers are stalkless, greenish-white, minute in paniculate spikes, often clustered. Fruit is a spherical drupe, about 6 cm in diameter, usually yellow when ripe, dark brown or red when dry.
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