Dhauranjo or Indian Elm is a large deciduous tree, growing up to 18 m tall. It has grey coloured bark, peeling in corky scales on old trees. It has alternately arranged leaves elliptic-ovate, 8-14 cm long and 3-6 cm wide, smooth, with margins entire, and a pointed tip. Leaf base is heart-shaped or rounded. Crushed leaves of the plant emit an unpleasant odour. Flowers are small, yellow to brown in colour, borne in short racemes at the scars of fallen leaves. It is a moderate light demander and is not frost-hardy. It is a Monkey's favourite seasonal fruit.
Mahua is a tropical deciduous fast-growing tree that grows to 20 meters in height and possesses evergreen or semi-evergreen foliage. It is cultivated in warm and humid regions for its oleaginous seeds, flowers and wood. The tree grows on a wide variety of soils but thrives best on sandy soil.
Acacia concinna (Hindi name - Shikakai) is a climbing shrub native to Asia, common in the warm plains of central and south India. The plants are medium fast growing and which is bushy cum creeper. These plants having curvy thorns, once the plants are developed animals even elephants not able to cross.
Amla is a gift of nature to mankind. It is an indispensable part of the Ayurvedic and Unani system of medicine. Amla has amazing remedial qualities. here are two varieties of amla - cultivated (gramya) and wild (vanya). The wild amla is small, hard and has lots of fiber while the cultivated amla is big, smooth and juicy. The fruit of the amla tree possess medicinal value. It is basically sour but at times it is sweet and pungent also
Albizia lebbek is a tree well known in the Indian subcontinent for its range of uses. It appears to have potential for increasing pastoral production in extensive systems in the wet-dry tropics where the major problem is low feed quality of the basal diet, mature tropical grasses.
Beleric is a large deciduous tree found throughout India, in areas up to an altitude of 1,000 meters. The tree takes a height of 30 meters, while the bark is brownish grey in color. The tree yields a good-quality firewood and charcoal with calorific value of sapwood being 5000 kcal/kg.