Grewia umbellifera Bedd., Fl. Sylv. S. India Manual: 37 1870. ;
India: Common in moist deciduous and semievergreen forests. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala as per BSI flora of India;
Large scandent woody shrubs, bark brown, rough. Leaves oblong or elliptic-oblong, acute or acuminate, base rounded or acute, dentate or serrulate, sparsely stellately hairy below when young, 7-12 x 3-6 cm; 3-nerved at base. Flowers in axillary and terminal umbels, peduncles longer than the petioles. Petals white, oblong, 1 cm long. Drupe yellowish-red, fleshy, 2-4 lobed, glabrous.
Flowering and fruiting: March-May
82-TSP-ID-23JUN2016-3: Grewia sp @ Bisle for ID : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6)
Kindly identify this Grewia sp.
Habitat: Wild, Evergreen forest.
Sighting: Sakaleshpur, Karnataka, about 1000 msl
Marvellous pictures & complete set, …
Most probably Grewia umbellifera. Let us wait for validating comment(s).
Yes, I agree with …!! Excellent Pics …, Thank you for sharing.
Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka
Thank you … for this detailed and beautiful depiction
It was a very beautiful find for me too.
Very nice upload. Though I have never seen this I thank you for showing the inflorescence and stipules which are important in identifying Grewias.
Hope it’s umbellate here as the name suggests.
Thank you … Thank you too … It is indeed umbellate sir. And yes, … and I once had a very long discussion on Grewia sp. and I would never be able to forget how he stressed on the importance of the length of various parts of the inflorescence individually and in relation with each other such as pedicel, peduncle etc. and not to mention the shape and presence of stipules too.
Date: 25th December 2014
Looks like a Grewia sp. ..
Grewia species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available)
Looks like a species of Grewia
Probably Grewia umbellifera, but it is a scandent shrub
Thank you ma’am. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if it were a scandent shrub and I mistook it for a tree! Happens to me all the time.
ANNOV19/19 Grewia sp. for identification : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (11)
Family: Tiliaceae/ Malvaceae
Grewia species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available on net)
Apparently look likes Grewia umbellifera
May be Grewia helicterifolia…but key in Maharashtra may not apply if there are additional species.
It is Grewia umbellifera Bedd.
Agumbe Ghat :: Grewia umbellifera :: DVJAN06 : 6 posts by 4 authors. 4 images.
Agumbe Ghat (part of Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary) … Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka
Date: 28 DEC 2014 … Altitude: about 600 m asl at crest, about 250 m asl at foothill
Grewia umbellifera Bedd. … (family: Malvaceae, also placed in Tiliaceae)
Thank you very much, …
Names of Plants in India :: Grewia umbellifera Bedd. : 4 posts by 3 authors. 1 image.
via Species > G > Grewia umbellifera Bedd. … family: Malvaceae ~ Tiliaceae
Wow, picture perfect! A small correction in the Malayalam script ഭസ്മവള്ളി Bhasmavalli
This one is a Large Shrub, around 4 m tall.
107 ID wild plant Alangium: 15 imges.
Please ID wild plant,
Location: near Reserve Forest, Chathamattom, Ernakulam District, (Kochi) Kerala PIN:686671
Flower date: 24.07.2021, 02.10pm
Habitat: wild moisture
Plant habit: tree, climbing/erect, branches, hard woody stem (diameter:25 inches), long lasting, from base to 5 meters top seems as a tree then branches fully obliques to ground level like an arch
Height: 05 meters
Leaves: alternate, ovate, apex, size:8×5cm or less
Flower: bunches, 5 sepals and 5 petals as 2 steps, 2cm length, diameter:15mm, white, non fragrant
Fruit: orbital, green, single or 2 or 3 adjoined, diameter:9mm (single)
Camera: Samsung Galaxy A21s
Grewia rhamnifolia B.Heyne ex Roth ??
Thank you very much for ID my plant. It is more similar to Grewia umbellifera
You should have suggested. earlier since you knew the ID.
Ok dear …
ID Kannur 03/02/22: 2 images.
Check with Grewia
Some clear pictures would help to id properly. But yes, from the images given, apparently looks like Grewia umbellifera.