Pandanus Furcatus

Pandanus Furcatus Seeds (Korr, Pandan, Himalayan/Nepal Screw Pine)

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Fruit is a compound cone-like fruit made of several drupes, orange-red when ripe.

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Pandanus Furcatus is commonly known as Himalayan Screw Pine. The tree is native to the Himalayas of Northeast India, Bhutan and Nepal, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia and West Africa. Pandanus Furcatus can reach up to 10 m high. It has long dark green leaves of 3-5 m long and 10 cm broad. Fruit is a compound cone-like fruit made of several drupes, orange-red when ripe of 15-25 cm long Pandanus Furcatus needs full sun, sun to partial shade, light shade. Tolerates occasional light frost. Hardiness zone: 9-11
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Common name Korr, Pandan, Himalayan/Nepal Screw Pine
Family Pandanaceae
Genus Pandanus
Species Pandanus furcatus
Cultivar No
Therapeutic uses Extracts from the leaves, stems and roots are used in India to treat dysentery.
Germination Soak the seeds for 1-5 days in order to improve germination. Change the water daily.
Temperature: 25C+ if possible. Germination can be faster with some heat.

Should germinate within a month but can take up to half a year.
Scarification / Stratification No

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