efi page on Terminalia chebula
No. Something very different.
Seems to be Teminalia chebula.
Though FoC informs T. chebula Retz. has leaf with 6-12 pairs of lateral veins, yet the veins (visible in one or two leaf) are too widely placed to be T. chebula known to me.
Sorry …, I change my view, this one may be T. chebula Retz. Initially the leaves looked different, but now I think maybe that was due to angle of your shot. Attached here a couple of shots taken today, please compare yours with both young and older leaves. Attachments (4).
Thanks … It is all same
What is so great about Terminalia chebula. Of course, the fruiting materials are needed.
Might be other than Chebula
Fruit for Id- ID15022018SH1 : 9 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
Location – Sri Lanka
Date – Jan 2010
Could it be Terminalia bellerica?
Did you try chebula?
Terminalia chebula fruit has ridges I suppose. This one is not showing ridges. I am confused.
identification no. 030621sn2: 5 images.
This is in my backyard. I am seeing it for last 3 years. I have not planted it. I have never seen any flowers. Starts new foliage around this time and lasts upto dec- jan. After that it becomes bone dry shedding all its leaves. I was also waiting to see if I missed the flowers but no their were never any flowers. I am sure it is not Terminalia chebula.
Is it possible it has escaped cultivation?
I am doubtful about Terminalia chebula as per images herein.
Thanks, … Can you post the habit picture.
The inflorescence reminds me of the Terminalia family. I am not sure of the species but please explore Terminalia genus.
Might be Terminalia chebula.