Arjuna is a large, evergreen tree, with a spreading crown and drooping branches.
In Indian mythology, Arjun is supposed to be Sitas favorite tree. Native to India, the tree attracts lot of attention because of its association with mythology and its many uses. Arjuna is a large, evergreen tree, with a spreading crown and drooping branches.
Grows up to 25 m height, and the bark is grey and smooth. Leaves are sub-opposite. Flowers are small, white, and occur on long hanging recemes. Fruit is 2.3-3.5 cm long, fibrous woody, glabrous and has five hard wings, striated with numerous curved veins. Flowering time of the tree is April-July, in Indian conditions.