its a very eye-catching tree as it has vibrant orange color flowers, tree saplings are available at the nursery
Botanical Name - butea monosperma
Common Name - flame of forest
This striking flowering plant has the botanical name of Butea monosperma. The Flame of the Forest represents a medium sized tree that is capable to reach 20 – 4O feet in height. Its trunk is typically crooked and deformed by branches and rough, grayish bark. The foliage falls down in December and January. The period from January through March the plant really looks like a tree of flame, hence its common name. Its crown displays plenty of orange and vermilion blooms. These odorless flowers are massed along the stalks ends coming in deep green as the cup-like calices. The color contrast is really amazing and eye-catching.