Indian ELM Tree (Aavi Tree) - Santhi Online Plants Nursery
Indian ELM Tree (Aavi Tree) - Santhi Online Plants Nursery
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Indian ELM Tree (Aavi Tree)


The Indian Elm Tree (Holoptelea integrifolia) is a wild tree found in Myanmar, Thailand, Sri Lanka, and Oceania and is native to the Indian subcontinent. You can buy seeds online.
Name: Indian Elm Tree
Scientific name: Holoptelea integrifolia
Origin: India
Height: Up to 25 meters tall
Family: Ulmaceae

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Indian ELM Tree (Aavi Tree)

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The Indian elm is a substantial deciduous tree with a broad crown and multiple ascending branches that grow to around 20–25 meters tall (rarely exceeding 30 meters). This plant is available in online plant shopping.  The leaves are alternate may arrange, elliptic-ovate in shape, 8–13 cm long and 3–6.5 cm broad, smooth, with full margins (sometimes serrated) and a pointed tip, and are 8–13 cm long and 3–6.5 cm wide.

The base of the leaf may be round. Stipules have a lance-like form. The smell of crushed leaves is terrible. Flowers are tiny, hairy, greenish-yellow to brownish, and borne in short racemes or fascicles at fallen leaf scars. The sepals are velvety, and there are usually four of them. The fruit is a 2.5-cm-diameter circular samara with membranous, net-veined wings and a flat seed.

Holoptelea integrifolia can use to produce inexpensive furniture as well as firewood in rural areas. It’s also can utilize in ecological forestry because of its heat and resistance and its ability to regenerate. You can buy seeds online. The tree’s roots yield oil, and most of the tree’s parts are employed in Indian medicine. Young elm trees are a favorite of sapsucker woodpeckers.


  • Indian Elm bark can use to treat rheumatism.
  • Ringworms can treat with stem bark seed and paste.
  • Oedema, diabetes, leprosy, other skin ailments, digestive disorders, piles, and sprues can treat with bark and leaves.
  • There is some scientific evidence to support some of the traditional therapeutic applications of this tree, such as the stem leaves and bark.
  • This plant contains saponins, tannins, carbohydrates, proteins, amino acids, phenolic compounds (flavonoids), and the minerals and metals already mentioned.
  • In addition, traditional healers have used the tree’s medications to treat inflammation, piles, menstruation issues, and biliousness.


  • They can grow in both wet and dry soil.
  • Elm trees make good street trees since they can withstand urban circumstances; however, planting one near a sidewalk can result in cracks and elevated patches.
  • As your newly planted elm tree grows, it will require frequent watering.
  • Allowing the soil around the root ball to dry up is not a good idea.
  • Instead, use a moisture meter to check the soil and water two or three times per week for the first two weeks.
  • This plant is available in online plant shopping.


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