- Flower nameSyzygium lineatum
- Scientific nameSyzygium lineatum
- AliasCommon Kelat, Syzygium lineatum, Syzygium lineatum
- Place of originSoutheast Asia such as the Malay Peninsula, Indonesia and Singapore
- Place of floweringOverseas, Subtropical region
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Syzygium lineatum
Syzygium lineatum or Nagaha adek (Scientific name: Syzygium lineatum) is an evergreen tall tree in the family Myrtaceae native to Southeast Asia such as the Malay Peninsula, Indonesia and Singapore. It has white flowers similar to Wax apple (scientific name: Syzygium samarangense) with many stamens. The fruit has a spongy pulp and is edible. The roots and young shoots are used for medicinal purposes (smallpox). Tannins are obtained from the bark of the tree. Wood is a useful tree that is used for building materials.
Generic name :Syzygium lineatum, Scientific name : Syzygium lineatum , Also known as : Common Kelat, Nagaha adek, Place of origin : East Asia such as southern China - Malay Peninsula, Southeast Asia such as Indonesia and Singapore , Living type : Evergreen tall tree , Habitat distribution : Ridge, tree height: 25-30 m, tree diameter: 60 cm , Leaf color : Green, Petiole: paired growth, Leaf shape : Long-oval, Petiole: Full margin, Petiole: Glossy, Flower color : White : anther : Pink, Cap shape : Similar to phytoplankton flower, Flower diameter : 3 cm, Stamens : Many stamens, Fruit length : 1.3 cm, Fruit shape : Oval, Usage: Fruit, medicinal use, dye, fruit tree, wood.