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Neem Tree Melia Azedarach Argeles 08 6 Cpf 271

Author 'Ninik' (Id 66375 ) : Neem tree - or tree with rosaries, or Indian lilac (melia azedarach)
[Thanks, Claire for the identification]
I had never paid attention to these small trees, many of the specimens that line the streets in Argeles s/Mer (66) since I've never seen them in flower. I was able to admire them when we took our vacation the end of may/June but did not succeed photo. This year, this is the only photo that I have succeeded since the bloom was almost over.
What is unusual is that we found flowers and fruit at the same time on the tree. These fruits, about the size of Currants, have the consistency of apple with small seeds.

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EXIF : Brand: Kodak | Camera: Kodak Easyshare Zd710
Aperture: f/3.7 | Exposure time: 1/400 s | ISO: 320 | Focal: 63 mm (eq. 380 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Non défini (0) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 03/02/2007 16:34:54
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> Janet >Reply May 05, 2013
The sheets are marketed under the name white lilac or lilac country in Martinique, and I make herbal teas with, it is good for the liver system.
> La cri [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jan 12, 2012
I had zapped your photo, Ninik... by You know what ? I had taken these fruits for kernels of cherries eaten by the sparrows !!!
> Fripon57 >Reply Mar 29, 2010
Beautiful photo of a "magic tree" for the many virtues of health and others.
> Chacha >Reply Aug 01, 2009
It is simply a wonder of the great outdoors with a big G.
> JPP34 >Reply May 09, 2009
Hello I have planted a garden in my Mélia (Cap D'Agde) in 2006, on a very clay where I prepared a large hole, deep, having filled the bottom of gravel for drainage, it is doing to well and each year he exhales its perfume, fruit fall alone with the wind from spring to early summer, leaves serve marinated natural insecticide for a variety of garden pests. WARNING: the berry and leaves are poisonous. Cordialement.
> Memiejo >Reply Apr 09, 2009
I plant this tree in the Cevennes, but I did not know it was fragrant flowers. The picture is beautiful but perhaps put the flowers more visible.
 > Author Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 09, 2009
I would have done with pleasure, but I would have had a ladder (which I did not trip) or a more powerful zoom. I also regret. Thank you for your comment.
> Eliam972 >Reply Feb 20, 2009
I recognize that tree, we call 'vepele' Martinique.
> Lilo >Reply Dec 09, 2008
Not knowing, it is difficult to have an opinion I actually wanted to have a visual.
> Popaul >Reply Sep 17, 2008
Well, but I regret that I do not see it whole with zoom on leaves and fruit.
> Clairebielande [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 30, 2008
Ah, here is our neem As said, Fada, your photo clearly shows both the fruits and the flowers ; it is this that has enabled me to identify it. I must add that this tree can measure up to 40 m in height and is found mainly in South East Asia, India, and China. Beautiful shot.
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 30, 2008
This tree, the neem tree or Indian lilac, well watered, and is growing rapidly. Its wood is very resistant to insects and is used in cabinetmaking and for the manufacture of musical instruments. The photo shows the sweet-scented flowers pink-lilac petals 5, narrow, and yellow fruits or creams with a thin fleshy envelope. These fruits are toxic. Beautiful shot documentary
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