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Meet Neil Parul

Meet Neil Parul

November 2019 · 3 min read · Bangladesh

In the concrete crowd of the capital, one has to go down to see a shrub or purple or blue flower. The tree climbed up and down the building. Blue blossoms in the bush for two years in a house on Green Road. Before the winter comes, this whole time of flowering, the entire tree is swollen and swollen. Blue eyes are associated with purple flowers and calluses.

Taking pictures of this flower and showing it to the writer of nature and environment, Mukarram Hossain, he said that its name is 'Rasundi' or Neil Lata Parul. When the Hemanta comes, it is as if the native plant is full of youth. Leopata falls under the cover of flowers. Garlic wine is found in the leaves from the garlic smell. Some call it Lata Parul again. He said the trees were torn, evergreen, tough, long and shrubby. The composites are two or three sides, the magazine volatile or rectangular, smooth, four to five centimeters long.

The top leaf is essentially converted into apex. Flowers bloom once more twice a year without hemata. Flower nozzle is a purple, tubular part cream-white. Like the group funnel, the mouth is four centimeters wide, has five free petals, they are round and spread. Breeds feed from pens and roots. They are tropical American species. When the work of preparing our seasonal flower garden began, Neil Parul began to re-invent himself. Almost a lifeless tree is renewed by life. The trees are filled with raw green leaves. They are the only emperor in Hemant's almost flowerless nature.

Saika Rizwana planted this flower on the Green Road. He said he planted it four years ago in the front of his six-story house. With a little care, the tree moved up and up. This flower has been growing for two years. This time more than last time. Mutusi birds and bees are eating honey in these flowers. He said Ramna and

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The tree is taken from the adjoining area of ​​the Dhaka club and planted this tree. There is also a tree in his rooftop tub. These flowers also flourish there, but less so. This flower will be seen in two more weeks. Then the flowers will fade and fall. Last year, this tree had blossomed three times. In addition to Hemant

Twice in the rain. This tree gives flowers only after a little rain.

Neel Parul is also seen in the private collections of the capital, Ramna Gardens, Baldha Gardens, Shishu Academy, Mirpur National Botanical Gardens. Some have hobbled around the border of the house. Uttara, Banani and Dhanmondi are the most readily available especially in the planned residential areas of Dhaka.

Source :m.prothomalo.com/pachmisheli/article/1625368/নীল-পারুলের-দেখা

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