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Plants and Grenery at The Valley
THE VALLEY has all be best eco- friendly options combined with cutting edge landscape architecture that enables a sustainable living. Rare healing trees and tropical plants makes The Valley a sanctuary of the extinct plants & trees. Which has efficiently been planned by the landscape consultant ‘EURHYTHMY’. The trees and plants will be benefited by breeding in your surround and you’ll get benefited living surrounded by the greenery.
Also known as Peepal is a native of our sub-continent. Its widely spread canopy provides very comfortable shade. Its aura is considered very healthy and spiritual. The tree also has significant traditional medicinal values
Also spelled “banian”, is a fig that begins its life as an epiphyte. The leaves of the banyan tree are large, leathery, glossy, green, and elliptical. The tree is being used at The Valley around fields where people can take rest under its shades.
Also known as Dhak and flame-of-the-forest is a historical tree of this land. The tree is associated with spring, especially through the poems and songs of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, who likened its bright orange flame-like flower to fire. It’s also being said that the mega city Dhaka is named after this tree. This is an ornamental tree as well as regarded for its traditional medicinal value.
Jarul is an evergreen tree that grows in moderate size. The plant blooms in the peak of summer. Rather than beautification, the plant’s young leaves are consumed as vegetables in Asian countries. Its old leaves and mature fruits are also being used as medicine for reducing glucose in blood.
Also known as the golden rain tree, is a flowering plant native of this region. It is used in The Valley as an ornamental plant that blooms in late spring. Trees being covered with yellow flow- ers with almost no leaf being seen. Rather than beautification the tree is also used In Ayurve- dic medicine. The fruit pulp is considered a purgative, and self-medication.
The Sofeda tree is a long-lived, evergreen tree native to the Caribbean. The tree is used in tropical garden of The Valley. The fruit has an exceptionally sweet, malty flavor. Compounds extracted from the leaves is used in anti- diabetic and antioxidant medicine.
Kadam is an evergreen native of this region. Many songs and poetry has been written about the beauty of its scented orange flowers. The flowers are used in perfumes as well. It is a large tree with a broad crown and straight cylindrical bole. A fully mature kadam tree can reach up to 148 ft in height.
Neem is a fast-growing and ever- green tree. Neem trees have been used in this region for over two millennia for their medicinal value. Rather than shades and green its fruits, leafs and seeds also has natural healing and properties.
It’s also called the garden cosmos. It’s flower appear in shades of pink and purple as well as white. Its foliage is finely cut into threadlike segments. The flowers of Cosmos attract birds and butterflies, including the monarch butterfly. It is used in butterfly garden of the valley.
The morning-glory, is a species in the genus Ipomoea, native to Mexico and Central America. Like all morning glories the plant entwines itself around structures, It is being used in the valley as ornamental tree.
Zinnia elegans, known as youth- and-age. It is native to Mexico but grown as an ornamental in many places. Flower colours range from white and cream to pinks, reds, and purples, to green, yellow, apricot, orange, salmon, and bronze. It is being used in The Valley as an orna- mental plant.
A good landscape has emotional and psychological value. Trees can be a process of creating memory, memory of childhood, memory that involves colors, light, shade and shadow. The Valley opens a new avenue to Learn about types of trees, their cultural, divine value as well as therapeutic uses.