Amla Tree (Emblica officinalis) seedlings, organic

$13.50$38.40

Family:  Euphorb (Euphorbiaceae)

Hardy to Zone 10 to 12, will withstand slight frost.  Loss of leaves not usually fatal.

Evergreen tree native to India. Amla trees are beautiful, with feathery-leaved branches and a holy presence.  Amla bears a fruit that is among the highest in vitamin C among all fruits worldwide.  Traditional use (Ayurveda): asthma, bronchitis, dysentery, anemia.  Fruits are an ingredient in triphala.  The plant prefers regular soil and water, sun to part shade, and does well at elevation, as long as it isn’t too cold.  They do well in  pots, placed on the patio or in the greenhouse during the summer and brought in for the winter.  Space trees 10 feet apart.

Potted seedling,  Certified Organically Grown

Plants start shipping September 10th up until Nov 26. Order early to assure availability. If you have a preferred ship date, please leave a note in the “order comments” field at checkout.

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  1. gurdeep singh

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    gurdeep singh

    when will amla tree be available and in what size.

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hello Gurdeep, This and all listed plants and trees will be available for order starting with the new year. Delivery begins March 15th to the warmer states. If you have a size preference, please let us know at ordering. We do have a number of top-sized AMLA that are going to be listed in the new catalog at $60.00 apiece. Stay in touch! Richo

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  2. William R Stevens

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    William R Stevens

    Will they do well in Phoenix?
    Unfortunately, direct heat.
    Today: 108.
    Winter: 40-55.
    Thankyou

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Not really a desert plant,better at elevation in the tropics.

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    • Bea

      Bea

      Will Amala do well in Washington, District of Columbia?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Yes, heated greenhouse, indoors or solarium only.

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