Indian name: Neem tree.
Botanical Name: Azadirachta indica.
English: Indian lilac, margosa, neem, nim.
Basics: Neem Tree or Azadirachta Indica.
This is a very long lasting or most common tree native to south Asia. The height of the tree will attain up to 120 feet to 150 feet tall with branches reaching just about 50 to 60 feet wide.
The glittery dark green complex leaves lengths are up to 30 cm or 12 inches long. Each leaf of the Azadirachta Indica or Neem has 10 to 12 ragged leaf lets that are 2.85 inches or 8 cm long by 1.3 inch or 2.9 cm wide. Every parts of the Azadirachta Indica or Neem tree have been used in Indian tradition as herbal for the centuries.
Today it is mostly used in lotion, toothpastes, and soaps, as well as being a organic or natural insecticide. The Azadirachta Indica or Neem tree grows well in containers, where its size and height of Azadirachta Indica is easily proscribed by pot size and discerning pruning.
Commonly refined or sophisticated in semi arid to soaking tropical and subtropical regions. It can also grow on dry, sterile locations but produce best when it has sufficient or enough water.
In the conservatory, the Azadirachta Indica or Neem tree flourish in middle to late leap, producing little white, with flowers in incurable panicles.
The action mode of Azadirachta Indica or neem tree extracts is not understood extremely well. It is relatively possible that the combination of various chemicals or various ratios of chemicals mainly occurs in Neem trees have different effects on insects.
There is also proof has given in research of studies, a few of which will be mention later, that insect species counter quite differently to compounds from the Neem tree.
Some naturalizing occurring on the Cape York, Peninsula, Queensland, Australia.