Cluster Fig, Goolar Fig, Gular Fig, Audumbara, Umbar (Sung ta) 優曇華-
Ficus racemosa, syn. Ficus glomerata Roxb.
'clusters' of fruit that appear on the main trunk and branches .They ripen
from green to yellow to red and are edible when soft.
In the Atharva Veda, this fig tree (Sanskrit: udumbara) is given prominence as a means for acquiring prosperity and vanquishing foe. Legend has it that Lord Dattatreya dwells in this tree and thus it is regarded as a sacred tree. The roots, bark, leaves, fruits and milk of this tree have the quality to improve blood circulation and vitality of man besides believed to cure several other diseases like dysentery, diabetes, stomachache, piles, diarrhea
In 4-5" pot
In 6-7" pot
In 8-10" pot