The description of Suaflower Eng
Common, evergreen wood, can be as high as 50m. Grow the rhythm of the branches into canopy. The stem is straight, round, the root can be brownish, the shell is cracked along the humus, opalescent white, the shell is white. Whole leaves are spiked with 3-10 leaves. The eggshell blade is 10-25 cm long, 4 - 7 cm wide, the head is slightly concave, slightly wedged. The top of the leaf is green, the bottom is silver gray. Leafy veins, from 25 to 50 pairs of secondary veins, secondary veins that deviate from the main vein from 80-90o. Leaf stalks 1-3 cm.
Flowers, small flowers, white to light yellow, hatched from June to November, fragrant like flowers. Two large, 25-30 cm long, down, the fruit season from October to December. Seeds are many, small, flat, 70mm long, 2.5mm wide, carrying two hairs at the ends, white. Chromosomes 2n = 22.
Plants are distributed in mixed forest, often also planted in the village or along the road. In nature, the trees appear at an altitude of 200-1000m above sea level. Australia, South China, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Australia. Papua New Guinea.
Trees are also planted in many tropical and subtropical areas.
In Theravada Buddhism, dahlias are also considered as a tree of enlightenment. They were also called the Buddha by the name of Thanhankara.