Phoenix dactylifera L., Sp. Pl. 1188 1753. (Syn: Palma dactylifera (L.) Mill.; Palma major Garsault; Phoenix chevalieri D.Rivera, S.Ríos & Obón; Phoenix excelsior Cav. ; Phoenix iberica D.Rivera, S.Ríos & Obón ..);
Name : Phoenix dactylifera
Common name of fruit : Date (English); Khajur (Hindi)
Place : Mount Abu, Rajasthan
Date : 14.11.2010
Others : Seen in arid areas of Gujerat and Rajasthan.
Date fruit is considered as an ideal food containing most of the essential nutrients like pottassium.
-I did not get any flowers or fruit photos of Khajur at Mount Abu as it was not the fruiting season. However, I am sending photos of the Khajur and the dry Khajur.
– Here are some photos of the Khajur tree with fruits.
Place : Humayun’s tomb, Delhi
Fruits & Vegetables :: Ripe Dates from Oman : AK: Sending some dates from Oman taken during summer.
The dates sold in markets are generally old and shrunk. Yesterday we ate fresh-from-tree dates. They are really different and very good in taste.
Here there are many Date trees.
I think it is Phoenix dactylifera. Please check the links
This plant is Phoenix dactylifera L.
Araceae, Arecaceae and Zingiberaceae Fortnight: August 1 to 14, 2014 : Arecaceae : Phoenix dactylifera : Muscat,Oman : 160814 : AK-42: : 2 posts by 1 author. Attachments (6).
Araceae, Arecaceae and Zingiberaceae Month: Arecaceae-Phoenix dactylifera from Kaithal:: NS Aug 38 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6).
Please validate if this wild tree from my native place in Kaithal district of Haryana is Phoenix dactylifera.. the fruits are not relishable, though they are sweet on ripening… besides, the stiff and durable leaflets can be woven into handfans, baskets etc.
Sorry for one wrong attachment..
keys available at Species with description & keys in Flora of Pakistan
Yes, looks ok for P. dactylifera
Phoenix dactylifera L. (accepted name) ?? : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Sharing some pictures I guess is Phoenix dactylifera L. (accepted name) shot at Doha, Qatar on 12 June 2015.
Fwd: White-browed bulbul drinking toddy : 1 post by 1 author.
I wanted to share this picture of White-browed and Red vented bulbuls drinking toddy, from Thamballapalle in Chittoor of AP.
Permission to use Prunus dulcis and Phoenix dactyliera:
I am writing a book on medicinal plants in Tamil and English.
I want to use your eflora images of Prunus dulcis and Phoenix dactyliera. Kindly give permission to use it. I will acknowledge you for providing your images.
You are most welcome to use my images.
Best wishes for your new book.