Gulmohar is a elaborate shrub in plant - some say the most vibrant plant. Gulmohar gets 30-40 ft high, but its stylish wide-spreading umbrella-like cover can be broader than its size. It was found in the crazy beginning Nineteenth millennium in its local Madagascar. Gulmohar is naturalized in this subcontinent and is commonly harvested as a road shrub. Its blooming year here is Apr – July. The blossoms are huge, with four growing scarlet or orange-red flower petals up to 8 cm lengthy. In the subcontinent it is known as Gulmohar (Urdu/Hindi -‘Gul’ indicates plant and ‘Mohr’ is ‘peacock’, thus the name indicates a amazing display of shade. In Western Bengal and Bangladesh it is also known as Krishnachura.
The tree's stunning red/vermilion/orange/yellow blossoms and ruby results in make it an extremely stunning vision.