Delonix elata (L.) Gamble (Syn. Poinciana elata L.);
Safed Gulmohar, Creamy Peacock Flower, White Gul Mohur, Yellow Gul-Mohur; Vatham-Nairaini or Vatham-Rasi (Tamil);
ID confirmation MS270311 -19 – Birds on Delonix elata:
– The comorants are most likely Little Cormorants. The other birds are also Painted Storks.
– Agree. The black birds are Cormorants the others Painted Storks.
I MS270311 -19 – Caesalpinae week – Birds on Delonix elata: This mail is on Delonix elata. Posted earlier during April 2011. Forwarded again during the caesalpinae week. Place Kokkare Bellur. Photographs taken on 27th March 2011
PR-180411-For ID- Bangalore.: 5 images.
– Nice pictures of Delonix elata of Caesalpiniaceae. Called as ‘Vaadha narayanan’ or ‘Vaadha mudakki’ in Tamil. As the names suggest, it is used for the treatment of rheumatic arthritis (hope .. has some interesting info on this too). This African plant is commonly planted as an avenue tree in many parts of India. It can be easily propagated by stem cuttings.
– yes it is Delonix elata (L.) Gamble, Fl. Madras Pres. 396, 2929; Almeida, Fl. Mah. 2: 191 1998; Singh et al, Fl. Mah. St. 1: 803, 2000. Synonyms: Poinciana elata L., Cent. Pl. 2: 16, 1758; Baker in Hook.f., Fl. Brit. India 2: 260, 1878; Cooke, Fl. Pres. Bombay 1: 442, 1958 (Repr.)
– Delonix alata. These trees are found in large numbers in Kokkare Bellur, the famous bird sanctuary near Maddur. Last month I posted the pictures showing birds on this tree to the group. These trees are also seen on Mahabalipuram road near the Golden Beach, Palavakkam in Chennai ( for the information of Dr. …).
Fabaceae-Caesalpinioideae (Caesalpiniaceae) Week: Tree for ID ?Delonix Chennai: 1 image.
I have photographed this tree in Crocodile park near Chennai. It is pending for ID for long time.
Does it look like white variety of Delonix regia?
Can it be Delonix elata?
cant tell,,,, wish you had a pic of a fallen flower…
Delonix elata for sure. Vaadha narayana or vatanarayana in Tamil.
I was also believing it to be Delonix elata.
There were 1 or 2 trees of this in Willingdon Sports Club, Mumbai a few years ago.
Sharing the images of Delonix elata:
Sharing the images of Delonix elata.
Location: Sathy, Erode Dist.
Habitat: Urban Road side
Yes. Delonix elata. Tamil: Vadanarayani. Leaves: medicinal use.
Delonix elata – White Gulmohar Tree – Vadanarayanan: 6+ 4 images.
White Gulmohar is an erect tree, 6-10 m tall, with ash-colored bark.
Leaves are 6-20 cm long, double-compound, like Gulmohar. Sidestalks are 4-8 pairs, 4-6 cm long, leaflets are l0-20 pairs, stalkless, linear- oblong, blunt, sometimes with slight point at the tip, narrowed towards the base, 7-15 mm long, 2-3 mm wide.
Flowers are borne in racemes at the end of branches, the lower flower with the longest stalk, stalks hairy, up to 2.5-3 cm long. Sepals are 2-3 cm long, fused at the base, leathery, silky pubescent, oblong, narrow and sharp pointed. Flowers are white in the beginning, turning yellow, the upper petal is smaller and darker in colour, almost circular, curled at the margins, 2.5 cm long. Stamens are hairy, dark coloured, 5-10 cm long, thickened at the base.
Pods are 12.5-20 cm long, 6-25 mm broad, smooth, narrow at both the ends, seeds 4-8.
Within India, it is found wild in some parts of peninsular India and frequently planted as an avenue tree. Flowering: All year
I have seen white by itself… but on that tree the red /orange was not there.. is this unique? to have both colors on the same twig?
Delonix elata : Attachments (2). 2 posts by 2 authors.
Mar.name: Shwet mohor
At Hampi, Karnatak
Delonix elata (L.) Gamble: Attachments (3). 5 posts by 5 authors.
Delonix elata (L.) Gamble, Fam: Caesalpiniaceae
Tree, flowering , fruiting
06/10/ 2011, Sulagiri, Krisghnagiri DT, Tamilnadu
Bark leaf used to cure rheumatism, beautiful tree
TSPNOV2015-47: Images of Delonix elata (Fabaceae) : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (7)
It is my pleasure to share few images of Delonix elata (Fabaceae)
Sighting: Madhugiri, Tumkur, Karnataka, about 800 msl
For id from Sonu ji: 1 high res. image.
When and where was this clicked?
Appears to be from Fabaceae.
I think this is Delonix elata
Ok, Thank you Sir
Correct location is Pahar kalam Village in Pindwara tehsil Sirohi district Rajasthan.