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305. The Gool-achin or Caracucha

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A tree (Plumeria acutifolia, Poir.) of American origin, commonly planted in Indian gardens, and particularly in cemeteries, because it keeps the graves white with its daily fall of fragrant flowers. The branches are very stout, and exude a milky juic

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 4584579

Date: 21st March 2011

Filename: MN_305-004440LA090603_00180.jpg

Image Size: 5520 x 8640 Pixels

Filesize is 31.60MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: art, artist, flower, fragrant, indian, leaves, marianne north, painting, tree, white